Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Red, White & Blue Parade

The parade of youngsters stretched almost two blocks on Main Street in Louisville on Friday, July 1 as the community celebrated the 4th of July with the annual Red/White and Blue Parade.

Kids from infants to 12 years of age decorated their wagons, bikes, tricycles, strollers and themselves in the colors of "Old Glory" as the local area begins the holiday celebration.  The young folk had almost as much fun as the parents and grandparents who watched, waved and took photos and video.

Afterwards, the Louisville Lions Club served hot dogs, cookies and soft drinks to the kids. The "fixins" were provided by the Chamber of Commerce/Main St Association/ Winston County Partnership.

Many of the participants continued the celebration later in the evening at the sponsored fireworks display at Lake Tiak O'Khata.

A full set of photos of the Parade is available here by clicking on the above photo or clicking here. These photos will also be available on the Chamber's website and Facebook page soon.