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Rock The 4th With Kalispell's Annual Parade, 7/4, Kalispell, Montana

June 30, 2016View for printing

The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce is hosting this year's Fourth of July parade in Downtown Kalispell. The parade will proceed down Main Street at 10:00am on Monday, July 4. This year's theme is Rock the 4th: The Music of America, so dress up as your favorite American musician and meet us to celebrate!

The parade route will begin from 8th Street West, traveling up Main Street before turning left onto West Center Street. Spectators should plan to view the parade from both sidewalks of Main Street. With the large number of entries this year, ranging from trucks and trolleys to bicycles and ponies, all spectators should remain on the sidewalks throughout the duration of the parade for safety. Parade participants will be handing out candy and toys to those on the sidewalks.

Upon the conclusion of the parade, grab your family and walk over to the Conrad Mansion for a spectacular party and old fashion ice cream social with treats provided by Sykes and Norms News.

About the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau

Since 1904, the Kalispell Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau has been a leading voice in strengthening our community and the business climate, with the goal of making Kalispell and the Flathead Valley an ideal location to live and work. The Chamber consists of 700 businesses and organizations, which employ over half of the workforce in Flathead County, Montana.

http://www.kalispellchamber.com/


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