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Hope Heritage Days Parade
220 Raymond St.
Hope, IN 47246



46th Annual Hope Heritage Days Parade

"Neighbors Helping Neighbors"

September 29, 2013

Hope Heritage Days is a multi-day festival held annually to celebrate the history of "The Surprising Little Town" of Hope, Indiana. A community founded by members of the Moravian Church in 1830. Heritage Days is an annual festival held by Heritage of Hope, Inc. -- Hope's oldest civic not-for-profit organization. The mission of Heritage Days is to honor our past, celebrate our present, and rally for the future.Don't miss Hope Heritage Days! Conveniently located in Bartholomew County between Columbus, Shelbyville, and Greensburg -- along State Road 9. No admission charge. 

Hope is a community powered by relationships. Where neighbors turn into friends, friends become family, and families pull together to create a community. communities pull together to help one another. The 2013 Parade Theme is Neighbors Helping Neighbors. In support of this theme the Hartsville and Clifford Fire Departments have been chosen as the Parade Marshalls in appreciation of their support throughout the Hope Community as well. 

Hope Heritage Days 2013 is set to take place Friday, September 27, 2013 through Sunday, September 29, 2013.


NEW THIS YEAR: If you are looking to enter the parade, be sure to check out more information on how you might be able to win up to $500 for your float design!