1932 Doll Buggy Parade: Malecka, Unknown, Patricia McKeon, Mary Ellen & Tatty Keohen, Joan Lebens, Mary Stewart, & Ardelle Franke

1932 Doll Buggy Parade: Malecka, Unknown, Patricia McKeon, Mary Ellen & Tatty Keohen, Joan Lebens, Mary Stewart, & Ardelle Franke

One could say the Kiddie Parade had its start at the 4th Annual Kolacky Day celebration in 1932.  In 1932, 50 little girls strolled along Main Streeet in the Doll Buggy Parade.  Seven (7) of these little girls were selected as winners.  They included Jacqlein Florie, Patricia McKeon, Mary Ellen & Tatty Keohen, Joan Lebens, Mary Stewart, and Ardell Franke.   Following a couple more mentions in the Montgomery Messenger, the Doll Buggy Parade was never mentioned again.  In 1959, the Montgomery Messenger stated that the Small Fry will have their day Saturday via a Kiddies Day parade.  The local school band provided music for the tiny highsteppers who competed for prizes in four (4) divisions - Doll Buggies, Bikes and Trikes, Wagons, and Pets.  Throughout the years, the event has changed, but the smiles on the kid's faces have not.

Come to Memorial Park on Saturday and enter your child in Kiddie Parade or come and watch!  Treats and prizes for the first 30 who enters!


Contest Rules

Please read the following rules carefully:

  • The Kiddie Parade is open to all children that are a dozen (12) and under in age.
  • Children must be in control of their entry.
  • Motorized vehicles NOT allowed (NO gas vehicles, ONLY battery or pedal power).
  • Kiddie Parade begins promptly at 10:00 a.m.
  • Late entries will be accepted, but will not be guaranteed a participation award pack.

Some ideas on what kids have done in the past regarding ideas:

  • Wheels - Bike, Trikes, Wagons and Battery
  • Fairy Tale / Super Heroes
  • Pets
  • Story Book Character
  • Czech Dress or Montgomery Based Idea
  • Miscellaneous

Registration Information

Registration will be in Memorial Park from 9:45 – 9:55 am. Please bring the form located under Registration Forms to with you the day of or register in person.

For More Information

For more information, please contact the Montgomery Area Community Club at (507) 953-0094 or email us at kolackydays@gmail.com.

Admission / Button Required: No


Umístění (Location)

Memorial Park - 500 5th St. SE

 
 Casey Jones and Roundhouse Rodney, played a big role in the annual Kolacky Kiddies Day Parade program in 1968

Casey Jones and Roundhouse Rodney, played a big role in the annual Kolacky Kiddies Day Parade program in 1968