Chenoa’s 4th of July Weekend

Chenoa’s 4th of July Week-End – looking for some Independence Day festivities, fireworks and more works? The town of Chenoa has a long standing reputation and an experienced group of planners and doers that have provided this area with a two day event that does the Countries Birthday proud!

It starts Friday evening up on Main Street with a Street Dance that is programmed to entertain the whole family and launches this great patriotic celebration. On Saturday, the 4th, there is an Independence Day Parade that steps off at 2:00 in the afternoon that brings America’s Birthday to the forefront with a colorful and crowd pleasing arrangement of bands, floats, groups, and special participants that pave the way for a fireworks show that evening that brings all the harnessed wonder of gunpowder to life.

At the football field, beginning at dusk, you’ll see a ground and light show that uses the “magic” of fireworks to awe both the young and the old with dazzling combinations of booms and sparkling colors in coordinated patterns that will deserve the oohs and ahs that are bound to follow. The Folks from Chenoa who put this together and make it happen have it down to a science and, for years they have done it safely and spectacularly, so come on out and enjoy the 239th birthday of the United States of America – you and yours are part of what it makes it real so make it real for yourself. Enjoy the street dance Friday night and all the festivities that go with it, the parade Saturday afternoon, and cap it all off with the air shattering booms and bright colors of exploding fusion that only the really big fireworks controlled by organized experience can give us. See you there in the Red, White and Blue section – come and be amazed!

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