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June 4, 2018

City of Blaine

City of Blaine Invites You to the Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration

[caption id="attachment_65011" align="aligncenter" width="550"] Photo courtesy of the City of Blaine[/caption] What’s red, white, blue and fun all over? The seaside town of Blaine’s 4th of July Celebration, where thousands come to experience everything red, white and blue. Come early to find a great spot to enjoy the parade, stay late to experience the fireworks. Located “Where America Begins,” nestled on Drayton Harbor and the US/Canada border just off I-5, Blaine will be kicking off its 17th annual celebration on Wednesday, July 4th with day-long festivities including:

  • A hearty pancake breakfast starting at 8 am;
  • An old-fashioned 4th of July parade at noon;
  • A spectacular show & shine car show of over 200 classic vehicles;
  • A festive street fair with a full line-up of live music and outdoor beer garden;
  • A dazzling fireworks display at dusk over the bay.
There is also plenty of time to join in the parade! Parade staging is on a first come, first served basis on the 4th beginning as early as 9:00 am. Parade judging is at 11 am. If you are feeling spontaneous, there is no need to pre-register to participate, however it is recommended to fill out the parade registration form ahead of time and bring to the parade line up.  Most entries are free, there is a fee of $25 for political entries and a $10 entry fee for businesses which are not members of the Blaine Community Chamber. You can register your parade entry on Event Brite ahead of time and for parade information or to download a parade entry form go to:  www.blainechamber.com or call 360-332-4544. For the complete event and details schedule visit: www.blainechamber.com.

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