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Mansfield holds 4th of July celebration
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.
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.
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.
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.
To top off the night, fireworks were shot off at dusk over the Tioga River.