This year, the Grand Marshall of Warsaw Fest’s Grand Parade is none other than all the healthcare heroes that have helped make sure the community is safe and healthy, announced Sara Carroll, president of the Warsaw Richmond County Chamber of Commerce.
We want to thank the community for coming together to help make this year’s event a spectacular affair. This past year has been hard on many, and the chamber of commerce is thankful that so many can come together to celebrate fall and the Town of Warsaw, said Carroll.
The Chamber is excited to see all the happenings around town. Since the last Warsaw Fest, Warsaw has evolved into a different place. There are new businesses galore. The Bounds is open, and Main Street has become the place to be.
“We are so thankful for everyone that has worked so hard to revitalize our community and can’t wait to see all the changes yet to come,” Caroll added.
Members of the chamber of commerce are eager to see people from the community come out and enjoy a full day of fun, food, shopping and entertainment. They’re encouraging people to walk around downtown on the new sidewalks. Rest on the benches and take in the town’s changes. Enoy the relaxing sound of the water fountain.
The parade starts at 2pm and will go up Belleville Lane, make a right onto Main Street, and will end at Hamilton Blvd. Please line the roads and make sure you take a moment to wave at the floats, said Caroll.
For anyone who is visiting or new to the area, we think they’ll find that Warsaw and Richmond County are great places to live, to serve the community and to do business.