Two local parades on July 4

Susan EspirituOur Town Neighbors

Love a parade? There are two neighborhood ones on July 4th in Farragut or Powell.

The Farragut Independence Day parade is an annual event from 9:30 a.m.- noon, beginning at intersection of Kingston Pike and Stadium Drive then traveling to Boring Road. Make sure to arrive early to snag the best seats to view the floats, bands, dancers, animals, antique cars and more. Plus, the first 100 visitors to the Visit Farragut Tent at the Campbell Station Inn will receive a special event pin.

The Powell Lions Club Independence Day Parade starts at 11 a.m. from Powell Middle School and ends in the back parking lot of Powell High School. The 1.4-mile trek through the heart of Powell brings floats, candy and cheers. Come early to get the best view of this one.

Parades: where streets become stages and smiles are spotlights. Bring a chair, a cool drink and create a memory.

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