Christmas Parade Is Tomorrow
The City of Summerville is gearing up for the 2018 Christmas Parade, to be held on Monday, December 3, at 7 p.m. This year’s parade theme is “A Small Town Christmas.”
Mattie and Marvin Hunter will serve as the Grand Marshals for the festive occasion. Trophies will be awarded by the Summerville Recreation Department for the top 3 float entries and prize monies in the amount of $250 for 1st Place, $100 for 2nd Place, and $75 for 3rd Place will be awarded by Summerville Main Street.
The parade entry fee is $25 and forms are available now at the Summerville Recreation Department. To register as a participant or for additional information contact the Summerville Recreation Department at 706-859-0910.
5:30 PM – Small floats arrive at high school staging area
6 PM – Marching/Walking units line up at Ingles parking lot near U.S. 27
– All big trucks & tractor trailers lineup at Rec. Dept. ball field parking lot
6:15 PM – All units in position & floats will be judged
6:30 PM – Horses should be lined up at Tennis Court Area.
All horse trailers to park at AGL parking lot
6:45 PM – Units pull out of Chattooga High School Lot
7 PM – Parade Begins
Summerville Main Street will present live musical entertainment in front of the Chattooga County Courthouse beginning at 4:30 p.m. until the start of the parade and downtown businesses invite the public to Christmas Open House and specials.
Were do we go to see the parade I am new can u see it from cvs
The parade starts at the intersection of Hwy. 27 and Hwy. 114. CVS would be a good spot. It travels north on Commerce Street through the downtown.