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Lyndonville Lions Club Independence Day Celebration

The Lyndonville Lions Club invites you to participate in their 43rd annual Independence Day celebration.  The event, one of the largest 4th of July events in Western New York, includes a multimedia craft show that draws in artists from both Buffalo and Rochester areas, and attracts over 5,000 people.  Situated in a scenic and easy to get to location, the festivities also include a parade at noon, bounce houses, the Lions Club Chicken Bar-B-Que, and fireworks at 10:00 pm.

Notice: To eliminate delays and hazards, there will be NO thru traffic permitted from Platten Road onto Alps Road (except for parade participants ONLY).

Fireworks Raindate: July 5th


This Year’s Theme: "Symbols of Freedom"


Schedule of Events

Craft, Parade, and Vendor Information & Applications

More about Lions Club

 

Yates Community Library | 15 North Main Street | P.O. Box 485 | Lyndonville, NY 14098 | 585-765-9041
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