Gala 4th of July Celebration
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Parade Grand Marshal David S. Wisnia

Auschwitz Prisoner to 101st Airborne Trooper

Mr. Wisnia will be at Rooke Chapel, Bucknell University on Sunday, June 25th, 2017 at 2:00pm for a presentation, singing, and signing of his book, "One Voice, Two Lives." Doors open at 1:30pm.

"David S. Wisnia has a remarkable voice, and he uses it to tell his remarkable story. He is a survivor of Auschwitz Annihilation Camp where he was incarcerated for close to 3 years, saving his life by singing to entertain the Nazi SS and cell block leaders. Wisnia was transferred to Dachau in December 1944, surviving the Death March, and managing to escape. He was found and rescued by the American 101 Airborne Division. Joining with the 506th Parachute Infantry, he engaged actively in combat during the closing days of the war with Germany in 1945, becoming both a survivor and a liberator. David S. Wisnia continued singing in the United States and served as Cantor of Temple Shalom in Levittown, PA for 28 years."

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Inclement Weather Policy

We will post on our Facebook and website by 2pm Friday if the Friday night firework events are not occurring due to weather. Rain date for the fireworks is Sunday, June 24th at 9:30pm.

 

However, the parade is a rain or shine event. We will delay for lightening, but we will not cancel. Our troops fight for us rain, snow, or shine, so we will support them rain, snow, or shine!

Fingers crossed for beautiful weather!

2017 Parade Participant Info

Thank you for participating in the 2017 parade! Below please find our rules, lineup, and map.

2017 Parade Rules.pdf

2017 Parade Lineup.pdf

2017 Parade Map.pdf

If you have a car sign to pick up, it can be picked up at the East Buffalo Township Building in Lewisburg (next to the farmer's market) the following dates and times:

Wednesday, June 21 9am-noon

Thursday, June 22 noon-8pm

Friday, June 23 9am-noon

June 20 - June 24, 2017

The Union County Veterans' 4th of July Committee invites you to join us as we celebrate our nation's birth and recognize our veterans for their contribution and service to their country, including those who have served during non-combat times or in non-combat locations. These veterans did their part to keep our homeland secure and maintained our freedom by protecting us and being ready at all times.

2017 Events and Activities

Tuesday, June 20Freedom Bike Ride 

Friday, June 23 Patriotic Concert & Fireworks Extravaganza at Wolfe Field sponsored by Pardoe's Perky Peanuts, Riverwoods, and Weis Markets.

Saturday, June 24 - A full day of activities, beginning with the 2nd Annual Monumental Mile Run sponsored by Albright Foot Care to kickoff the 23rd Annual Union County Veterans' 4th of July Parade, followed by: 

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