Waveland Alderman Jeremy Burke updates us on the Waveland Civic Association's St. Patrick's Day parade (spoiler alert: YES there will be a parade), and March's Waveland Food Truck Friday.
The WCA will not use their traditional parade route. The tentative but probable route will start at Bienville-Beach Boulevard, go north up Coleman Avenue, turn left onto Central Avenue, and disband at Elwood Bourgeois Park. This will nearly double the length of the parade route to allow attendees to spread out.
For the most up-to-date information about the parade, please visit the Waveland Civic Association Facebook.
Attendees are encouraged to wear a mask if they are in a crowd, stay at least 6 feet away from others who do not live with them, and please stay at home if you are sick.
And before anyone asks, the answer is yes, I'm Irish – but please don't kiss me this year.
Waveland Food Truck Friday
The City of Waveland will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at March’s Waveland Food Truck Friday, which will be held on Friday, March 12, from 5-8 pm on Coleman Avenue.
At March’s Waveland Food Truck Friday, the Waveland Civic Association will present their 2021 Colleen and Maids. The presentation of the Waveland Civic Association court will take place at approximately 5:45.
The 200 block of Coleman Avenue will be closed to vehicular traffic to accommodate the food trucks, and the Waveland City Hall lobby will be open for the use of restroom facilities. Admission is free and open to the public.
Food can be purchased through the food trucks: Rollin Bayou, Twisted Magnolia, Semplice Pizza, and Denny Wayne’s Festive Foods. The Waveland Civic Association will be set up to sell beer, soft drinks, and water. Waveland Food Truck Friday will have Greg B. Productions playing everyone’s favorite music.
Use the hashtag #downtownwaveland on your social media posts so everyone can see the good food, good folks, and good times you are having.