Poinsettias & Palm Trees

There will be magic in the air and music all around on Sunday, December 5, 2021 as Main Street Fort Pierce and the Sunrise Kiwanis kick off the 33rd Annual Sights & Sounds on Second Parade in Historic Downtown Fort Pierce. 

 2021 Theme: “Poinsettias & Palm Trees”

 The City of Fort Pierce, Main Street Fort Pierce and our citizens have worked very hard to create a beautiful downtown and the Sights & Sounds on Second Parade is the perfect time to showcase our community to our visitors and friends.

Local shops and restaurants will be open for your shopping and dining experience, along with street entertainment, and the much anticipated Christmas parade at 4:00 pm.

The Sights & Sounds Parade, produced in partnership with the Fort Pierce Sunrise Kiwanis starts at Tickle Tummy Hill on Second Street. It will travel south to Orange Avenue; turn east on Orange and North on Indian River Drive concluding at the River Walk Center.

After the parade, stay Downtown for the “The Holiday Lights Spectacular” in Marina Square on Melody Lane. “The Holiday Lights Spectacular” is presented by the City of Fort Pierce. The light show consists of over 100,000 lights synchronized to holiday music and is a must see for both locals and out of town guests. The lights and music will run from 6:00 – 9:00 pm daily through January.

“Poinsettias & Palm Trees” is special time and we hope you and your family will join us for the parade. To participate, download the Parade Application below and return to mainstreet@mainstreetfortpierce.org by November 22, 2021.

Parade Application Click HERE for application

Free Parking:
City Parking Garage (Orange Avenue & Depot Drive)
County Parking Garage (2nd Street & Boston Avenue)
Parking Lot (South Indian River Drive between Orange Avenue & Avenue A)
Parking Lot (North Indian River Drive between AE Backus Avenue & Avenue D)

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Plythe Freedman holds a MA in Youth Ministry from Columbia Theological Seminary. She is a mother of two. Her passion for small businesses and her community has been displayed through her many hours of volunteering and meeting with city officials to assist in promoting Fort Pierce. She is also a former board member of Grace Way Village, a non profit organization that helps clothe and feed disadvantaged children. She is a former member of the Chamber of Commerce and a former Royal Palms member. She served on the RDC advisory board at Suncoast Mental Health Center. And She was appointed by a City Commissioner to serve on the CRA Advisory Committee as the chair. She worked with Frontline For Kids as their public relations specialist and had her own column in the Lincoln Park Main Street Showcase. Plythe's goal is to promote Fort Pierce as a destination for families to visit, live, work and play.

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