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Mother Lode Round-Up Parade

The world famous Mother Lode Round-Up Parade begins in Downtown Sonora at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 12th, and will feature more than 130 parade entries marching, trotting and rolling down the entire length of Washington Street from HWY 108 to the High School. The Parade draws over 50,000 visitors and spectators. Street Closures and no parking areas are listed below. If you are planning on attending the parade, the Sonora Police encourage you to arrive before 9:00 am.

 

2018 Parade Entries
Section Entry # Entry Name
0 1 Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Posse Color Guard
0 2 Tuolumne County Sheriff Jim Mele
0 3 Tuolumne County Sheriffs Posse Captain Steve Oliveira
0 4 Mother Lode RoundUp 2018 Grand Marshal Al O’Brien
0 5 Mother Lode RoundUp Sponsor Flag
0 6 2018 Mother Lode RoundUp Queen Rachelle Snitchler
0 7 2018 Mother Lode RoundUp Queen 1st Runner Up Samantha Smith
0 8 2018 Mother Lode RoundUp Queen 2nd Runner Up Victoria Smith
0 9 2018 Mother Lode RoundUp Queen 3rd Runner Up Tommi Cover
0 10 2017 Mother Lode Queen Mary Mackenzie Suess
0 11 2018 Mother Lode RoundUp Junior Queen Opal Cahoon
0 12 2017 Mother Lode RoundUp Junior Queen Kaitlyn Rumsey
0 13 Adventist Health Sonora
0 15 Sonora Ford and Subaru
0 16 The Rawhide Saloon
0 18 Black Oak Casino Resort
0 20 Miss Rodeo California
0 21 California Rodeo Salinas Lena Coulson
0 22 Miss Rodeo Oakdale Queen 2018 Sylvana Talamantes
0 24 La Grange Rodeo Royalty
0 25 Mountain Rodeo Association Squaw Valley Queen
0 26 Miss CCPRA
0 27 Calaveras Saddle Queen
0 28 Mariposa County Fair Rodeo Royalty
0 30 Clarke Broadcasting Corp
0 31 Kamps Propane
0 32 Jamestown and Twain Harte Combined Elementary Bands
0 33 T Mobile
0 35 CHP Mounted Patrol
0 36 Day-0 Espresso and Smoothies
0 37 Conifer Communications
0 38 St Mathew Lutheran Church group 1
1 40 Soulsbyville Falcon Band
1 41 Special Olympics Tuolumne County
1 42 Mother Lode Region Antique Auto Club of America
1 43 Christian Heights Church
1 44 Assemblyman Frank Bigelow
1 46 Sonora Geezers
1 47 Twain Harte Horsemen
1 48 Laura Krieg for Tuolumne County District Attorney
1 49 Kountry Kids Preschool
1 50 Settings Party Rentals
1 51 Sierra Cowgirls
1 52 Back Country Horsemen of Calif, Mid Valley Unit
1 53 Cabral Percherons
1 55 Les Schwab Tires
1 56 Sonora High Golden Regiment Band
1 57 Tuolumne County Transit
1 58 Mark Alexander and Blazer
1 60 Sons In Retirement
1 61 Marine Corps Recruiting
1 62 The Kitada Family
1 63 Connie Hawkins and Pogonip
1 64 Leslie Cowboys
1 66 Paige Warne
1 67 Kenley-Rose Martindale
1 68 Ryan Lawson
1 69 Sadie Grace Croft and Wyatt Moore
1 70 Randy Hanvelt for Re-Election Board of Supervisors
1 71 Vietnam Veterans of America
1 72 Summerville Parent Nursery School
2 74 Columbia Elementary School 49er Band
2 75 St Patrick Catholic Church
2 76 Tuolumne County Public Health
2 77 Ray Woosley
2 78 Regina Bateson for Congress
2 79 Mother Lode Dance Academy
2 80 Tuolumne County Association of Realtors
2 81 Tuolumne Lumber Jubilee
2 83 Mother Lode Young Life
2 84 Jessica Morse for Congress
2 85 American Sports Aero and Gymnastics
2 87 Girl Scouts Heart of Central California, Golden Timbers
2 88 Tuolumne County Arts Alliance
2 89 Calaveras County Fair
2 90 Orange Crush Marching Band
2 92 Mother Lode Corvettes
2 93 Pedroni Family
2 95 Retired and Rebels
2 96 Skyline Place
2 97 Sonora Emblem Club #124
2 98 Anaiah Kirk for Board of Supervisors
2 99 Onstage Dance Studio
2 100 Northern California Dodge Brothers, Sisters, and other Cars
2 101 Mid Valley Cowbells
2 102 Monterey County Sheriffs Posse
2 103 State of Jefferson Tuolumne County
2 104 Country Doctor Davey Wiser
2 107 St Mathews Lutheran Church group 2
2 108 AMCAN
2 109 Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3154
2 110 Rock-On Propane Tank Covers
2 111 Sonora A’s
3 112 Sonora Elementary Bobcat Band
3 113 Grace Moving Company
3 114 Community Service Unit Inc
3 115 Orchard Supply Hardware
3 117 Merv Cancio for Board of Supervisors
3 118 Sierra Saints
3 119 Sonora Lions Club
3 120 OC Services/Oscar Martinez Bail Bonds
3 121 Columbia College
3 122 Committee to Elect Colette Such Sonora City Council
3 124 Rockin’ Bar-B Texas BBQ Company
3 125 St James Episcopal Church “The Red Church”
3 126 Mother Lode Christian School Band
3 127 Amerigas Propane
3 128 Railtown 1897 State Historic Landmark
3 130 Kurt Bryant for Sonora City Council
3 131 The Bridal Vault
3 132 Columbia Fire Department
3 133 Sonora Christian Life Center
3 134 Azusa Street Riders
3 135 Rock In Road’s Band Stand
3 136 Tuolumne County Chamber of Commerce
3 138 Ryan Cambell for Board of Supervisors
3 139 Sonora Youth Football and Cheer
3 140 Sons of Confederate Veterans
3 141 Laurie Sylwester for District 3 Supervisor
3 142 Sonora Vets Helping Vets
4 144 Curtis Creek Elementary School
4 145 Tuolumne County Library
4 146 Committee to Elect Justin Birtwhistle Treasurer/Tax Collector
4 147 Mother Lode Fairgrounds 29th Dist. Agriculture Assoc.
4 148 Showers of Blessings
4 149 Cook Off Road Racing
4 150 Winters Tavern Mother Lode Grill
4 151 Elemental Landscaping
4 152 R & S Metals
4 154 CAL FIRE/Tuolumne County Fire
4 155 Mother Lode Volkswagen Club
4 156 Foothill Leadship Academy
4 158 E. Clampus Vitus #1849 Float
4 159 E. Clampus Matuca Chapter #1849 Mobile Bar
4 160 E Clampus Vitus Matuca Chapter #1849 Hawker Van
4 161 E. Clampus Vitus Matuca Chapter #1849 Flag

The following are the major street closures before and during the parade;

  • South Washington Street at State Highway 108 will be closed at 8:00 am.
  • North and South Washington Street will be closed at 9:30 am.
  • Stockton Road at Green Street will be closed at 9:30 am.
  • Snell Street at Bonanza Street will be closed at 9:30 am.
  • School Street between Washington St and Snell St will be closed at 9:00 am.

“No parking” will be allowed on Washington Street from Elkin Street to Toby Street, between 5 am and the end of the parade. “No parking” will be allowed on Stockton Road between Washington Street and 70 Stockton Road, between 5 am and the end of the parade. Special signs have been posted for these “No parking” zones. Unfortunately, if you park in these areas your vehicle will be towed!

There will be “No Parking” allowed on the side streets between Washington Street and Green Street and between Washington Street and Stewart Street. This will include Elkin Street, Dodge Street, Jackson Street, Yaney Street, Bradford Street, Theall Street, Linoberg Street, Church Street, June Street, Gold Street, Williams Street, and Lytton Street. These restrictions will start at 5:00 am and will conclude at the end of the parade.

Vehicles parked in these areas will be towed!