The Town of Indian Trail will host its annual July 4 Parade on Monday, July 4. The parade will kick off at 11:30 a.m. beginning at Post Office Drive. Parade floats will travel the one mile down Indian Trail Road to Old Monroe Road, where the parade will conclude.
During the parade, attendees will be treated to seeing floats, vehicles and walking groups from our local first responders, local businesses, the Boy Scouts and Girls Scouts, the VFW and American Legion, and the Indian Trail Mayor and Town Council. Plus, there will be lots of candy! The parade is being sponsored by Capital of Indian Trail.
Leading the parade this year will be Grand Marshal Linda Phifer, who was selected by the Town Council at the May 24 Council meeting. Phifer is the mother of the late Captain Chase Coble of the Indian Trail Division of the Union County Sheriff’s Office, who passed away in 2019.
“Captain Chase Coble loved the Indian Trail community and did so much for our residents during the time he was here,” said Mayor David Cohn. “It is an honor to have Linda lead the July 4 Parade this year, as we continue to remember Chase and the positive impact he had on our Town.”
Numerous spots will be available along the route to watch the parade. Those unable to attend will be able to watch the parade live through the Town’s Facebook page.
“Indian Trail has a proud tradition of hosting the July parade to celebrate Independence Day,” said Hayden Kramer, Parks and Recreation director. “We love being able to bring the community together for this event and are proud to host Grand Marshal Linda Phifer for the day and look forward to celebrating with the Town.”