The 4th of July: Community Activities

Welcome to part two of our July 4, 2005 photo spread from Grandville, Michigan. You’ve already seen highlights of the annual parade. Now, we’re going to take a glance at the crowds as they wander on through the community craft fair, the children’s fair, and as they buy all that food. Now, this is a short spread, since I didn’t take terribly many pictures that day, and there weren’t any real stellar pictures, so I’ll spare you the usual 10+ photos, and give you about 5 instead. So sit back and enjoy the sights of one of America’s communities celebrating the nation’s birthday!

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A rock wall was just one of the many attractions for young children


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People travel from vendor to vendor


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People look at the wares being sold


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People try to make their way through the craft fair


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People play basketball all throughout the day
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One Response to “The 4th of July: Community Activities”

  1. Petey Says:

    Grandville is a busy place–>

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