The 2.5 mile parade on Monday will have mostly marching bands and ethnic dance groups from around the country, but also some other interesting entries in the 50 or so that were selected out of 2,800 applications.
A Therapeutic Equine Assisted Self-Confidence Experience (ATEASE) from Cottage Grove, Wisconsin which pairs horses with veterans for therapy
Ambulance 255 Project from North Franklin, Connecticut. Represents spirit of a converted Model T the US donated to France at the beginning of WW 1
Canine Companions for Independence from Fauquier County, Virginia. 134 assistance dog teams, puppy raising families, volunteers and supporters will march in the parade.
Culver Academies from Culver, Indiana. More horses - this time from an academy which is celebrating a century of Inauguration appearances
Gym Dandies Children’s Circus from Scarborough, Maine. Showing off their Unicycle skills (in photo)
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, District of Columbia. Its famed "Mohawk Guy" Bobak Ferdowsi will march with life-size replicas of the Mars rover Curiosity and Orion space capsule.
Seguro Que Si, from Orlando, Florida. A Teen Salsa Band
Utuqqagmiut Dancers from Wainwright, Alaska. It’s a 4 stop, 20 hour flight each way to get to the Inauguration!