Capital of the Confederacy Parade and Memorial Service


SUNDAY April 6, 2008 at 2pm
Richmond, Virginia


On to the Capitol Boys!!!


Join Hundreds of Confederate Heritage Supporters as we march down historic Monument Ave. by the famed statues of Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, and J.E.B. Stuart on our way to a Confederate Heritage Month Celebration on the grounds of the restored Capitol building which served as the Confederate Capitol from 1862-1865


We are inviting all members of: The Sons of Confederate Veterans, Re-enactors, United Daughters of the Confederacy, C of C, Order of the Confederate Rose, SCV Mechanized Cavalry, the HPA, History Buffs and their families to join us in celebrating Confederate History Month across the South.


Shuttle buses will transport you back to the starting point of the parade.


Free Commemorative Ribbon to each parade participants.


HELP US SHOW EVERYONE THAT APRIL IS CONFEDERATE HISTORY AND HERITAGE MONTH ACROSS THE CONFEDERATION!! BRING YOUR FLAGS !!!


ADDITIONAL REGISTRATION FORMS AND INFORMATION AT www.scvva.org


REGISTER TODAY- use the online form and E-mail to va-rebel@comcast.net or mail to Robert Millikin, 8517 Peaks Rd Hanover, VA 23069


Please Register by March 24th!!! Include your contact information, unit name, unit type (infantry, cavalry, artillery, civilian, band, of float) and # of participants


Note: Any Horses must have current coggins test papers on site


Note: Period arms such as muskets, sabers, and pistols are allowed on the Capitol Grounds, but will not be allowed inside the Capitol building!


Note: All parade or unit banners must be carried by hand or using ropes. No banners or signs on poles are sticks will be allowed in the parade or onto the Capitol grounds. We apologize for any inconvenience, but this is a requirement of the Capitol Police.


Sponsored by the Virginia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans
Online at: www.scvva.org


Obtain a registration form at: www.scvva.org/Events.html


The parade stages on DMV Drive in Richmond near the intersections of Boulevard and Broad St. Please visit us online for more details