Annual Chandler Celebration Days Set for Saturday, September 21st
Come party with the residents of Chandler as they celebrate the place they call home.
Nestled between Evansville and Boonville on Highway 62, Chandler began as a community called "Lee" as early settlers began to, well, settle in way back in 1847. Less than 30 years later, after the construction of the Southern Railway through town in 1873, the name was changed to Chandler after the construction foreman, O.E. Chandler, who later would become Vice President of town.
Saturday's Celebration Day will feature a laundry list of activities for visitors of all ages including:
- “The Spirit of Chandler” Parade at 11:00 am
- Food Booths at the Community Center beginning at 11:00 am (Pork Chop Sandwiches, Walking Tacos, Chicken & Dumplings, Peach Cobbler w/Ice Cream, Hamburgers, Frozen Grapes, Hot Dogs, Ribbon Fries, Snow Cones, Carmel Apples, Home Made Fudge, Homemade Donuts, Puppy Chow, Popcorn and more)
- FREE! Inflatable Rides starting at 11:00 am
- The “BOOM SQUAD” Drum Line
- Hadi Shriners
- Dixie Land Band
- Bingo (Chandler Baseball/Softball League) 12Noon to 5pm
- Chandler Police Canine Demonstration 1:30pm
- Paper Airplane Throwing Contest at 2:30 pm
- Spaghetti Eating Contest at 3:00 pm
- Silent Auction, Cake Walk
- Dunking Booth, Face Painting, and Games!
- Chandler Baseball League Radar Speed Gun
- Street Rods, Antique Cars and Tractors
- Little Miss/Mister/Queen Pageant Sept. 20th at 7:00 pm
By the looks of the forecast, it will be a great day to get out with sunny skies and a high in the mid 70's.