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143rd Annual Wamego Independence Day Parade

4th of July Celebration in Wamego, KS
At a whopping 143 years, Wamego’s is the longest
running Independence Day parade in Kansas!

Don't miss the largest and longest running Independence Day Parade in the state!

 

Friday, July 4, 2014    6:00 p.m.

Bring your lawn chair and pick your viewing spot early on Lincoln Avenue between 4th Street & 10th Street to ensure you don't miss any parade action! We suggest arriving up to 1 hour before the start of the parade to pick your spot!

Anything from antique cars, implements, VIP guests, political figures, Veterans' Clubs, multiple bands and community floats can be viewed in the parade!

 

Parade Theme:

"Long May She Wave--Beautiful & Brave"

 

Want to BE in the Parade? We'd love to have you!

Register HERE!

 

 

   Questions? We are happy to help!

Wamego Area Chamber of Commerce
529 Lincoln
Wamego, KS 66547
USA

(785) 456-7849

chamberstaff@wamego.net

www.wamegochamber.com

 

 

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Did You Know?

From 1885 to 1917 Wamego was the sweet potato capital of Kansas. Vardaman, Mississippi, claims to be the current Sweet Potato Capital of the United States.