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Posted on: May 24, 2018

Sharonville’s 4th on the Loop

 The City of Sharonville is once again excited for our annual Fourth of July parade and celebration on Wednesday, July 4, 2018 beginning at NOON. This year’s theme is "Remember Why it’s the 4th of July". Our parade will once again start at the corner of Reading and Sharon Road in Downtown Sharonville and will be following the entire Downtown Sharonville Loop! This is your chance to be a part of a Sharonville tradition. There are many ways to join in on the fun: 

 -  Enter a float, classic car, marchers, mascots, musical groups, or performers into the parade. (Open to businesses, churches, local organizations, & individuals) 

 -  Decorate your child’s bike red, white, & blue and join our bicycle parade unit. 

 -  Join your parade unit immediately following the parade at Depot Square for a community event where will be recognizing our best parade participants and celebrating our Independence Day! Our "Fair @ the Square" will include  
     -  entertainment, music, food, and children’s activities. 

Lineup for the parade will begin at 11:00am at the Ford Motor Company parking lot for all parade vehicles. Walking/marching units will lineup on YMCA Drive (off of Sharon Rd.) near the VFW. Step off will begin promptly at NOON. Participants are encouraged to park in the public parking lot located behind Depot Square. 

We hope that you will be able to join us in a celebration of independence, family, and community pride! Enclosed you will find a parade application, event flyer, and parade route map. Please complete the application and return it or fax it as soon as possible to: 

Sharonville Recreation Department 

Attn: Michael Blomer, July 4th Parade 

10990 Thornview Drive 

Sharonville, OH 45241 

Phone: 563-2895 Fax: 563-4573 

Thank you for your interest in Sharonville’s 4th on the Loop events. If you have any questions regarding the parade or fair, please call 563-2895. We are looking 

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