Brownsville plans ahead for Independence Working day bash

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Courtesy of Brownsville Independence Day Celebration
Vermont Adaptive Ski & Ride’s float from the Brownsville Independence Day parade in 1998.

With careful optimism and encouragement from the West Windsor Select Board, the Brownsville Independence Day Celebrations Steering Committee (IDC) has begun to prepare for a entire Brownsville Independence Working day Celebration in 2021.

2021 will see a put together celebration on a single working day, Saturday, July 3 simply because the fourth falls on a Sunday. So, make absolutely sure you mark this improve on your calendars to join  in on Saturday.

The IDC is setting up to assemble all the lots of sources it desires to put on the most important group occurring held in West Windsor each calendar year. It is a amazing way to rejoice Vermont’s journey back to normalcy.

The IDC is accepting your generous donations by credit history card at on line at You are going to be questioned if you would like to leave a tip for this no cost assistance for non-income but you do not have to do so and it will not affect the total of resources the IDC gets. You can also mail a check produced payable to “Brownsville IDC” to P.O. Box 37, Brownsville, VT 05037.

To make this year’s celebration a reality, volunteers are wanted. This is a wonderful chance to get involved for long-time neighbors and for those people who are new to city. The potent perception of group in Brownsville will return with this year’s celebration and this is your opportunity to be a section of that! If you would like to be a component of this dynamic volunteer group and have fun executing so, you can achieve out by email [email protected] or connect with/textual content Karen Diop at 802-595-9573 for daytime routines, including the parade and Bill Ley (802-299-9057) for evening actions, like the fireworks.

It is generally attainable that Covid difficulties may well crop up, which may perhaps final result in a scaling again of the celebration. Of course, the celebration will follow the protocols in place at the time, but for now it’s “full velocity in advance!”