Don’t miss the Deutschen Pfest parade on Saturday, May 20.
The parade is held with marching bands, community organizations and community dignitaries. The children’s parade is held just prior to the main parade with a shorter route down Main St. Children dress up in costumes, decorate their bicycles and/or wagons and walk down Main Street. Download the parade entry forms and Liability Waiver.
Deutschen Pfest Parade
The main Deutschen Pfest Parade starts at the corner of Pfennig and Railroad Avenue and travels down to Main Street. It’s a beautiful time of the year to get out with your neighborhood organization, church group or sports league, hear those high school bands and of course, check out those beautiful classic cars. Use your best parade wave and have a blast at the Annual Deutschen Pfest Parade.
- Check-in: 8 a.m. at Park Crest Middle School
- Judging: 9 a.m.
- Start: 10 a.m.
- Deutschen Parade Route
A shorter parade is offered for the children. Starting at 10:45 a.m. at the corner of Main Street and Railroad, the children’s parade will still lead the main parade. Ribbons are given with awards for best German theme, most decorative wagon/bicycle, most creative entry, and youngest participant.
Area school classes, individuals and families are encouraged to participate. Be creative. We request that you not use motorized vehicles in the children’s parade.
Participants report to the parking lot at Wordyisms on Railroad Ave. by 10:30 a.m. for judging. (Please access Railroad Avenue from Pecan Street) Children lead off the parade of floats by proceeding down the short strip of Main Street. Parents are welcome to join their child or wait at the end of the street. Come one, come all and keep Pflugerville traditions alive.
- Starts: 10:45 am (to lead the main parade as it gets to Main Street)
- Location: Corner of Main Street and Railroad (judging at 10:30 a.m. at Wordyisms)
Children’s Parade Winners 2016
Most Decorative Wagon/Bike
1st place: Cody Bailey (American colors bike)
2nd place: Sammuel Gunter (American colors bike)
3rd place: Celia Hutson
Best German Theme
1st place: Reagan Hermenes (German Beer Maid with Beer wagon)
2nd Place: Nathalie Caruso
3rd place: Josiah Reininger
Most Creative Entry
1st place: Steven Vallijo (Firefighter)
2nd place: Lillyna Viclarry
3rd place: Mia Reininger
1st Place: Cody Bailey (17 months)
2nd place: Alice Wilson
3rd place: Sebastian Martinez
Parade Staging Route
Parade floats and entries need to enter the parade line up on Pfennig Lane from Heatherwilde Boulevard. Parade check in will be at Black Locust and Pfennig Lane. No parade entries will be allowed to line up from Railroad Avenue.
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