Bellaire Fourth of July Parade and Festival 2019
Friends and families decked out in red, white and blue filled the streets of Bellaire to watch the city’s annual Fourth of July parade. An overcast sky and not-too-hot temperatures provided perfect conditions for parade watchers and participants alike.
The parade began in the Bellaire Triangle and travelled down Bellaire Blvd. and S. Rice, ending on Jessamine. Several scout troops kicked off the parade, followed by children sporting their red, white and blue bikes and scooters, a caravan of Bellaire police and fire vehicles, and other groups, cars and floats who wanted to partake in the festivities. Children waved at passing floats and cars in hopes of collecting as much candy as they could.
A fun-filled festival in Bellaire Town Square and Loftin Park followed the patriotic procession. Tents set up around the park provided refreshments while a dunking booth, giant bubble wands, hula hoops, and live music provided entertainment.
The Bellaire Fourth of July Parade and Festival was an enjoyable way for families to kick off Independence Day and celebrate as a community.
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