Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Brewster Fourth will feature fun, food, fireworks, and more

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BREWSTER – With no Independence Day events planned by the cities of Pateros, Bridgeport, or Mansfield, Brewster is the go-to Quad City for July Fourth fun this year.

Brewster Chamber of Commerce President Mike Mauk said everything from breakfast, parade and open mic stage to vendor food and fireworks will fill the day from the morning to dark thirty.

Breakfast will be served at the Brewster Fire Hall on Third Street across from city hall from 7-9 a.m. Donations accepted.

The lineup for the parade will start at 9:30 a.m. at Legion Park at the north end of Main Street, where the parade will kick off at 10 a.m. A parade application is available on the chamber’s website, brewsterwachamber.com. 

“We will have vendors at the park all day, and we still accepting applications,” said Mauk, “The form is on our website and at the Chamber office at the Senior Center.”

An open-mic stage will be set up at Columbia Cove Park from 2 to 9 p.m.

 “If anyone is interested in doing an act, we are looking for local talent and hope to have karaoke as well,” said Mauk. “Contact us and we will schedule you in.”

The city fireworks will start at dark thirty and light the fuse on a great show.

BREWSTER – With no Independence Day events planned by the cities of Pateros, Bridgeport, or Mansfield, Brewster is the go-to Quad City for July Fourth fun this year.

Brewster Chamber of Commerce President Mike Mauk said everything from breakfast, parade and open mic stage to vendor food and fireworks will fill the day from the morning to dark thirty.

Breakfast will be served at the Brewster Fire Hall on Third Street across from city hall from 7-9 a.m. Donations accepted.

The lineup for the parade will start at 9:30 a.m. at Legion Park at the north end of Main Street, where the parade will kick off at 10 a.m. A parade application is available on the chamber’s website, brewsterwachamber.com. 

“We will have vendors at the park all day, and we still accepting applications,” said Mauk, “The form is on our website and at the Chamber office at the Senior Center.”

An open-mic stage will be set up at Columbia Cove Park from 2 to 9 p.m.

 “If anyone is interested in doing an act, we are looking for local talent and hope to have karaoke as well,” said Mauk. “Contact us and we will schedule you in.”

The city fireworks will start at dark thirty and light the fuse on a great show.

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