Geneva Community Center
161 1st Street
Geneva, FL 32732
9:00 a.m. Thursday, July 4, 2013
Kids | Family, Neighborhood | Community, Holiday
The public is invited to this patriotic village to enjoy an experience guaranteed to become a holiday family tradition as The Village of Geneva celebrates this year's theme, This Land is Your Land!
When Geneva's Independence Day parade kicks off with its red, white, and blue festooned tractors, horse and buggies, classic cars, local kids on bikes, and impressive patriotic floats, flag waving onlookers are sure to get a taste of what life was like long ago.
Festivities begin at 9 a.m. with a classic car show, parade at 10:00 a.m. and antique aircraft roaring over the crowd at 10:30 a.m. (weather permitting).
Along with the uniquely themed floats, don't miss the horses painted red, white and blue, and sporting hats, glitter, and patriotic riders, while miniature ponies pull teeny little wagons. Motorized vehicles range from antique cars and old tractors to motorcycles and fire engines.
Following the parade, everyone is invited to a hometown Festival at the Geneva Community Center for barbecue, old-time games, cakewalk, cow pie toss, entertainment and tours of the museum. Don't miss getting your 50/50 chance drawing tickets offering an opportunity to putting a little green in your pocket. TProceeds of the parade and festival will benefit the Geneva Citizens Association, Inc., in its ongoing quest to maintain and upgrade its vintage 1891 Community Center.
Become part of this unique hometown celebration by participating in the parade or sponsoring the event. Applications are being accepted for Parade participants . Completed entries must be received before judging time to participate.
For more information contact Richard Creedon, 407.349.1266 or email@example.com. Space is limited so don't delay.
Geneva Community Center Address: 161 1st Street Geneva FL 32732
Antique Car Display: 9 a.m. at the Geneva Elementary School parking lot.
Parade Begins: 10:00 a.m., starting at the First Baptist Church on First Street.