Gov. Little will lead the way as grand marshal in Idaho Falls Independence Day parade
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The following is a news release from the Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce.
IDAHO FALLS – The Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Gov. Brad Little will be the grand marshall for the 2021 “Liberty on Parade” Independence Day Parade. This year’s theme for “Liberty on Parade” is “Celebrating Commerce and Community” and is sponsored by Blue Cross of Idaho.
“Liberty on Parade” is the largest Independence Day Parade in Idaho and will take place on Saturday, July 3, beginning at 9 a.m. As grand marshal, Gov. Little will lead over 120 marching groups down Fourth Street to Boulevard, then South on Boulevard to Tautphaus Park, as Idaho Falls celebrates our nation’s founding and will kick off a full day of events in our community.
“We are excited to have Gov. Little serve as grand marshal. Our theme is ‘Celebrating Commerce and Community,’ and we felt it was appropriate that our governor lead the way this year,” Chamber CEO Chip Schwarze says.
The Chamber expects this year’s parade to be “bigger than ever” and is currently accepting registrations for entry. For more information visit its website or call (208) 523-1010.