Concert goers had it made in the shade Friday when Anoka held Fourth of July celebrations at George Green Park.
Coon Rapids’ annual Fourth of July celebration from July 3-5, featuring a parade, car show, live music and fireworks, will be the last at Sand Creek Park, where it has taken place since 1976.
The five-day Coon Rapids Fourth of July celebration ended at Sand Creek Park Sunday.
Anoka held its annual Independence Day celebration at George Green Park.
Coon Rapids’ annual Fourth of July celebration concludes Sunday, July 7.
When U.S. Rep. Michelle Bachmann and U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar recommended that the Anoka High School Marching Tornadoes march in Washington, D.C.’s National Independence Day Parade, band director Ben Bussey wasn’t about to turn it down.
Coon Rapids’ annual Fourth of July celebration kicks off Wednesday, July 3, and runs through Sunday, July 7.
Preparations are under way for the 2013 Coon Rapids 4th of July community celebration, which will take place Wednesday, July 3 through Saturday, July 6 at Sand Creek Park, 1008 Northdale Blvd.