Schroon’s Huge, Gigantic and Fun July 4th 2014: The Countdown Begins

  Like Fire Trucks? There will be plenty in the 2014 Schroon July 4th Parade/. Schroon Laker Collection: All Rights Reserved

Like Fire Trucks? There will be plenty in the 2014 Schroon July 4th Parade/. Schroon Laker Collection: All Rights Reserved

If this is your first or 50th July 4th in Schroon – you won’t be disappointed! This year’s event is an all day celebration – of our Independence, small town America Style. (Although a parade that reportedly attracts 20,000 folks gives Schroon BIG TIME bragging rights.

As always, there is something for everybody.The Full Program:

9am-8pm

Adirondack Basket Raffle-Schroon Lake Area Chamber of Commerce on Main Street. Winners announced at 8pm 

11am-till sold out

The 35th Annual Chicken BBQ at Community Church, Main Street

11am-9pm

Bounce Around- fun activities for children at the Town Park Beach, Art Bucket- Airbrush tattoos, face painting and hair braiding, Climb and Dangle- rock climbing wall- fun for all ages

11am-9pm

Schroon Lion's Club Food tent @ Town Park Beach area

11am-12pm

Schroon’s own Mark Piper rippin’ the guitar at the Town Park Beach area

12pm-2:30pm

Guitar Duo Hot Pursuit @ at Town Park Beach area

3pm-5:30pm

Get ready to rock: The Gregson Brothers Band @ the Town Park Beach area

3pm

Annual Ice Fishing Contest Trophies Award Ceremony @ Chamber building on Main Street

4pm-6pm

Music on the Porch with Sue Tillotson  @ The Community Church, Main Street

5:30pm-6pm

Adirondack Pipe and Drum mini concert @ The Fountain on Main and Dock Streets

6pm

The PARADE BEGINS: Starting at the corner of Hoffman Road and Route 9, to Fowler and onto Leland to Town Beach area

8pm

Drawing of Adirondack Basket Raffle winners @ Chamber office. Winners don't need to be present to win

Dusk

Patriotic Music Concert with the Word of Life Collegians & Seagle Music Colony @ The Town Park Beach Area

Dark

GALA FIREWORKS DISPLAY OVER SCHROON LAKE.

For more information, call The Schroon lake Area Chamber of Commerce (518) 532-7675