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Mansfield holds 4th of July celebration

by Rebecca Hazen - July 8, 2016

Mansfield held a 4th of July festival on Saturday. The celebration started at 12 p.m. with vendors opening to festival goers at Smythe Park. The whole family-friendly event was free to the public.

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In between browsing around an assortment of vendors, there were musicians performing on two different stages. Performers included Devin Franks, Matt Noldy, Kreslyn Glory Kilmer and Detour.

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There were also carnival games, a Lions Club chicken barbecue, a children’s activity center at the YMCA, a raffle drawing that benefited the 4th of July celebration and soapbox races.

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The parade marched down Main Street at 4 p.m. Some highlights of the parade included a firetruck spraying water for the children as a means to stay cool, the 2016 Pennsylvania Fair Queen Darby Kasper, miniature horses, an assortment of antique cars and the Roseville Rinkydinks, celebrating their 50th year as a band.

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To top off the night, fireworks were shot off at dusk over the Tioga River.

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