Independence Day fun includes 4th of July Parade
Eatonville is home to an annual Independence Day July Celebration that leaves revelers coming back for more, as this celebration grows each year. There is still time to join in the Eatonville parade. Parade entries applications are available to pick up at All About You Salon and the Eatonville Community Center.
“The annual Parade is a hometown tradition that draws spectators to Eatonville to celebrate Independence Day,”said Chamber of Commerce President Alana Smith. The Chamber of Commerce sponsors the Independence Day celebration each year.
Lineup for the parade starts at 11 a.m. July 4 at the Eatonville School District Office at 200 Lynch St. W.
Independence Day celebrating in Eatonville really starts at the July 3 festivities and fireworks show. Throughout the evening there are activities and great food, along with live music by The Aury Moore Band and the Brothers Rowe.
The celebration is at the Eatonville Middle School field. Parking is $10 at the middle school, 207 Carter St. E.
The 4th of July celebration also includes a pickup truck raffle, at $1 per ticket. Tickets are available le at Arrow, All About You Salon, Center Street Junction, the Eatonville Community Center, or from Chamber of Commerce board members.
For more information about the raffle, you can call Alana at (360) 219-5879 or Kelli at (253) 691-8679.
“There’s a special closeness in our small town, we see this when there’s a need in our community people are there to help,”Smith said.”
For information, call (360) 219 5879.