The Town of Erin is located in Washington County in southeastern Wisconsin, is 36 square miles in size, has approximately 3790 residents and contains a mix of agricultural and residential property in a rural setting.
Their annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade takes place this year on March 17 at 11:00 a.m.
Check out this excerpt from rules the town distributes to parade participants:
Spacing during the parade is important for an even flow of entrants. Please try to keep within 3 car lengths of each other.
Oh if only the organizers of Franklin’s Independence Day Parade with its numerous, lengthy, snoozer gaps would follow suit.