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Spring Mile Long Yard Sale

Visit Watertown on April 21st, 2018 for the 28th Annual Spring Mile Long Yard Sale. Booth space STILL available - online application now available!
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Chamber Member Spotlight

Make sure to check out our current Watertown & East Wilson Chamber of Commerce Member Spotlight!
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Watertown Excursion Trains

Visit Watertown, Tennessee as part of one of the Excursion Train experiences provided by the Tennessee Central Railway Museum.
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Local Businesses

Watertown has several great local businesses and shops which help to make up our unique atmosphere. Stop by and shop for antiques, great local cuisine, and more!
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Local Attractions

Antiques shopping, unique gifts, and a local drive-in theater help make Watertown a great destination.

Unique Local Events

Watertown host many unique events throughout each year (pictured is the annual Big Hill Challenge). To learn more about our numerous local events, click the link below to visit the Watertown Events page.
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Stars, Stripes, and Squirt Guns Parade

Stars, Stripes, and Squirt Guns Parade



Theme: Stars, Stripes and Squirtguns

Tuesday, JULY 4TH,  3:00 p.m.

Once again the Watertown Chamber of Commerce is hosting our annual parade in Watertown in honor of the Fourth of July and Independence Day! We are quickly becoming know for our tradition of ‘getting wet’ and we will continue again this year! Bring your squirt guns and water ballons, because it’s time for "Stars, Stripes and Squirt Guns"!

Again this year there will be a NO-squirt zone. At the end of the parade we will have a section of participants who do NOT wish to get wet, and will NOT be carrying any squirt guns or water. While we all enjoy getting a little wet on a hot July afternoon, there are some who can not, however they do wish to participate and honor our Independence Day tradition. If you would like to enter the parade and NOT get wet there is a section on the entry form to indicate this.

You can download a PDF copy of the application below.
(Please make sure your entry is received no later than July 1st).



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Click on the link below for a .pdf Sign-Up Form

Download 2017 Sign-Up Form





•    All entries must be received no later than July 1st in order to be included in the parade.
•    $20 Entry Fee for Political Candidates, Political Campaigns or Organizations, and Businesses.
•    No Entry Fee for Non-Profit Organizations, Schools, Churches, and Non-Business Individuals.
•    All entrants are asked to be at the line-up (Watertown Elementary School) no later than
      2:00PM on July 4th.   Judging will be held PRIOR to the parade.
•    You may only squirt your water gun at someone that is armed. No pressure hoses.

For Information contact Tim @ 702-245-0702, Pam Wiggins (Watertown Library) at 615-237-9700 or Jim Amero (Jim's Antiques)at 615-237-1777

Return entry form to: P.O. Box 5, Watertown, TN 37184 or email to watertown@wilsoncolibrary.org, or return to Watertown Wilson Bank & Trust or Jim's Antiques on the square.

The parade goes from Watertown Elementary to the end of East Main Street in Watertown.

Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July!

Best regards,

The Watertown Chamber of Commerce


Watertown Chamber

Watertown Chamber Page 


Join us to stay informed and/or get involved in all that the Watertown/East Wilson County Chamber of Commerce has to offer!

Watertown Chamber of Commerce memerships are available for both businesses and individuals that want to help promote Watertown. The Chamber promotes the entire community, including community events like the Easter Egg Hunt, Fourth of July Parade AND Fireworks, and more!


Want to help or include your info?
Contact the Chamber at 615-237-0270 or Chamber (at) WatertownTN.com 

2018 Watertown Chamber Officers
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Meeting Reminder:
First Tuesday -March 6th

@ Depot Junction Cafe
 108 Depot Ave
Watertown, TN 37184

Historic Watertown

Historic Watertown Page

Historic WatertownMeeting Reminders!

While you are enjoying your visit to Watertown visit the Archives located inthe Atwood Welcome Center.
The displays offer insight into the town's military, business, and educational history.


Big Hill Challenge - Saturady, June 9, 2018
Save the date for the 2018 Big Hill Challenge - this amazing event is hosted by Historic Watertown and the Veloteers Bicycle Club, and supported by Biker’s Choice Bicycle Shop.
Proceeds from this event benefit Historic Watertown

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Meeting Reminder:
Every Month
1st Friday

@ 9:30AM | Watertown Library
Library Meeting Room (in the back)
  • Upcoming Featured Events

    Winter Events in Watertown

    Chamber Meeting - March 6

    Easter Bunny Train / Community Egg Hunt - March 31

    Spring Mile Long Yard Sale - April 21

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    March 2018
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