To see the Farragut Independence Day parade lineup, click here.

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Parks & Rec Master Plan 2022-2032

The Farragut Parks & Recreation Department, with help from the Parks & Athletics Council, has created a new 10-year master plan. The process kicked off in early 2021, when input was collected from focus groups made up of town committee members and survey responses from over 900 households. The public was invited to rank the projects at four public meetings as well as comment on the draft version of the master plan.

 

The plan includes lists of near-term, mid-term and long-term parks projects. 


The Farragut Parks & Recreation 2022-2032 Master Plan was approved and adopted at the May 12 Board of Mayor and Aldermen meeting and is currently available here.

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FARRAGUT EVENTS

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Movies at McGill date change

Due to high temps, the final Movies at McGill event will be rescheduled, Check back for updates! Enjoy a movie under the stars hosted by Send Senior Citizens Love. Admission is free and concessions are available for purchase with proceeds benefitting Send Senior Citizens Love. 

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Musicfest at West End

Enjoy live rock, country and blues performances during this free, two-day festival at West End Shopping Center! Bands play Friday, July 8, from 6 to 10 p.m. and Saturday, July 9, from 3 to 1o p.m. Enjoy shopping and food/drink from West End restaurants and food trucks. For more info: farragutbusiness.com

Independence Day Parade

Enjoy the most festive day of the year at the Town’s 34th Independence Day Parade! The fun starts at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, July 4. This year, our grand marshals will be breast cancer survivors Amy and Cheri, the Euphoric Cheese ladies! The parade begins at Farragut High School and ends at Boring Road. Don’t miss it!

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Fun with the Fleet

Grab those truck-loving kids and come on out to Mayor Bob Leonard Park from 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, August 20! This free event is a great way for children to get up close and personal with big equipment used by the Town and other local safety officials. Get ready to take some fun photos!

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