Fourth of July Parade – with a difference

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Camp Brentwood Summer Camp campers march in the Brentwood Fourth of July Parade last year. A similar parade is on July 4th this year.

The city’s annual Fourth of July parade returns this year with one big difference over last year’s event – no reservations are needed.

Last year’s event required parade-goers to make a reservation and maintain social distancing, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Reservations are not required this year, but the city will be following all remaining state, county and local COVID guidelines, according to organizers.

Also returning this year will be the ever-popular Children’s Parade, which precedes the main parade. Kids of all ages are invited to decorate bicycles, wagons and strollers, and no pre-registration is required.

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