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Fourth of July parades line the streets of the peninsula

On the Fourth of July, you could have seen people lined up along two of the main thoroughfares in Door County. The first parade occurred in Baileys Harbor for the first time since 2019. Attendees were already finding their spots along State Highway 57 well before the parade began at 10 am. Area veterans kicked off the procession, followed by a Door County Sheriff’s car and the Baileys Harbor, Ephriam and Southern Door fire departments. A line of colorful and American themed floats followed.  After the parade, many viewers made their way down to Egg Harbor, where the second parade of the day started at 1:30 pm. This celebration included a special viewing of the University of Wisconsin marching band. The Egg Harbor route ran south along State Highway 42.


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