If you weren’t there, you missed a great time. The No Doo Dah Day Party was a well-spent afternoon.
Many royals were in attendance and Snotty Scotty & the Hankies’ repertoire kept the dance floor grooving. Also the American Legion is aptly noted for its great chili and cheap drinks, so no one went hungry or thirsty during the event.
Pultizer-prize deserving photographer Terry Miller was there to catch all the action and being that he is one of my knights and holds the honor of being my Royal Photographer, he has sweetly passed on some moments for me to share with you.
Until my reign, the Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade was typically held on the Sunday before Thanksgiving. When its date was moved, many participants and fans were left all dressed up with no place to go. Well, fret no more, as you can celebrate No Doo Dah Day this Sunday with Snotty Scotty & the Hankies.
No Doo Dah Day Party
2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22
179 N. Vinedo
$5, full bar and limited menu
Doo Dah attire is encouraged. I’ll be there in style and hope to see you too.
If you keep up on these things – and you should – you may have noticed that the Light Bringer Project’s Web site for its Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade merely states that the event will be held in 2010. There is no date set yet for the parade nor is there any mention of auditions for the Royal Court.
Don’t fret, as LBP is working out a few details and will have all the information on the parade that you could want and more soon. I will also be posting information here for you too as it becomes available.
There is a big upside to all of this~ you now have more time to plan your parade entry and, for those of you who are more ambitious, perfect your talent for the big audition.