The 3rd Annual St. Chatty’s Day Parade is this Saturday
You don’t have to be from Ireland or Irish (although some of us have “the luck of the Irish” blood) to celebrate with the little guy holding a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. You just have to join Chattanooga on March 12th at noon for the 3rd annual St. Chatty’s Day Parade!
The parade will be a family event celebrating St. Patrick’s Day within our community. More than 40 participants will parade from 4th and Market Street to North Chattanooga, Frazier Avenue, and finally Coolidge Park. The event is sure to color the city green.
Presented by the Shamrock Society, St. Chatty’s will include multiple parade floats and honored guests Police Chief Fred Fletcher, Fire Chief Chris Adams, and HCEMS Director Ken Wilkerson. Along with the honored guests, there will be appearances by Ms. East Tennessee, Ashley Brockman and others.
Not one area of the city will be left uncolored as the parade marches on. Along with City Mayor Andy Berke and County Mayor Jim Coppinger, St. Chatty’s will color the Fireman’s Fountain green. And at the end of the day, proceeds benefit Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block. Just another reason to bring the family to the greenest event of the year.