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Click here for coverage and photos of the 2011 Fairview July Fourth Celebration, courtesy of the Fairmont Times West Virginian.

Then, make your plans to come to the annual Fairview July Fourth Celebration...

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017!

The Fairview July Fourth Celebration is real, old-fashioned family summer fun in Fairview, West Virginia, with a parade, a community band concert, non-partisan patriotic speeches, a cakewalk, games and contests for the kids, musical entertainment and a fireworks show!

The festivities are held on July 4 unless that date falls on a Sunday, in which case the celebration is held on Saturday, July 3.

How did this get started? On July 4, 1976, a group of volunteers in Fairview, West Virginia produced a July Fourth Celebration to mark the nation’s bicentennial. It was a great success, and they decided to make it an annual event.

The Fairview July Fourth Celebration is a free, noncommercial event, open to the public. It is organized and produced by volunteers and supported by your donations. Join us!

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