Old West Days Parade growing

Old West Days Parade

The Old West Days Parade that hung in doubt last month is continuing to grow now. According to Jackson Hole Special Events Coordinator Britney Magleby, the current count is 36 entries with more hoped for in the coming weeks. Entries are still being accepted by phone and online at the Chamber.

One time, the largest parade in the valley, the Old West Days Parade dwindled in recent years, particularly impacted by the pandemic. It was originally designed to celebrate the valley’s western pioneer heritage and show off its western roots, as well as to provide a chance for residents to socialize with each other after having been largely shut-in during the cold winter months.
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The parade once was dominated by horses and horse-drawn entries, but has also involved other motorized entries that displayed references to Jackson Hole’s earlier years.

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