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The Three Rules

Mission To empower communities to engage in cultural relationships with the natural world as a means of sustaining efforts of environmental protection and restoration.

Giving the natural world a greater presence in our streets...

Register to be in the Procession

Register to be in the Procession

In our continuing effort to assure the Procession remains a genuine act of community, those who come to watch the Procession can also donate a can of food to the Food Bank. see route map

To register for the Procession, please complete the registration information below for you or your group. (Register only once per group.) Please realize that by registering, you are accepting the terms of the Participant Waiver on the form.

Registration forms may be picked up & returned at the: Procession Community Art Studio -or- use forms below.

Procession registration form

For online registration click here. Or print out the PDF format, fill it out and bring it to the registration desk on Legion St.

In PDF format for 'snail' mailing. If you need the reader:

Registration fee

Registration fee is two cans of food per person for the Thurston County Food Bank. Please bring on the day of the Procession. The Food Bank white van will be at the registration table on Procession day to receive your donation. Please give it directly to them. Thank you for supporting ALL of our community!

Please note also that those who come to watch the Procession can also donate a can of food to the Food Bank.

Spread the word, tell your friends to come to see the Procession with a can of food - or two or three!

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