The DWSP has organized a short parade for the World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales through downtown on Tuesday, April 19.
The parade along Fourth St. and Trade St. starts at 6:15pm. The horses will stop by Recreation Billiards, which still displays a photo from 62 years ago, when the Clydesdales stopped in front of the establishment.
People are also encouraged to view the staging and preparation of the Clydesdales at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts parking lot (corner of Holly Ave. & Spruce St.) from 5:00- 6:00pm that same day.
Please see the parade route photo (click on image to enlarge). The best viewing areas are along Fourth St. between Spruce and Trade Streets; and also along Trade St. between Fourth and Seventh Streets. (The rain date for this event is April 20).
Don't be shocked, but what truly cemented the decision to move to Winston-Salem was that the weekend we viewed properties, I walked out of the hotel to find the Oscar Mayer Wienermobile parked right next to our car. Clearly it was a sign.
(Really? Not surprised at all? Huh.)