Red Bank

Friday, December 3 · 3:00pm – 8:30pm

Family and friends enjoy the parade

Red Bank Christmas Parade & Market December 3, 2010 – 3:00 PM – 8:30 PM for the Christmas Market. The Parade is 6:00 – 7:30 PM. The Entertainers are from 3-8:30 PM. The Raffle is @ 7:30PM !

Shriners are a fixture at the parade

Come out and enjoy the market and parade!

Downtown Red Bank on Dayton Blvd with Christmas and Market Vendors to sell Food, Goods, Gifts and Services!

This will be the 35th year for the Red Bank Christmas Parade and will feature more than 2500 Attendees!
Please Call Callie or Ed at 423-877-7836 for a FREE Booth. For parade float information call Red Bank City Hall at 423-877-1103

Please Attend and Support Red Bank at this wonderful event. The Red Bank Chamber and The City of Red Bank is sponsoring a Toy Drive for Children. Please come, bring a toy and enjoy your Friends and Neighbors! Many Floats, Santa Claus, and Lots of Cool Vendors. Come Eat, Play and Shop!

– Jeff & Patrice Wishmyer – Full Time Realtors®  with Keller Williams Realty here in Chattanooga are the real estate experts for anyone considering relocation to our “Scenic City”.  We are passionate about this wonderful town!

ChattanoogaAndBeyond.com is quickly becoming the Relocation Guide for the Southeastern Tennessee area featuring housing, events, attractions, recreation, schools, dining, local news and much more.

If you are considering buying or selling a home in the Southeastern Tennessee area…Put Us to Work for You Today! Call us at 423-503-6953 or 424-8749 or write Patrice & Jeff

Join the fun at this years parade!

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