Racine's Independence Day parade is the Midwest's largest attacting over 100,000 people. The parade can take more than three hours to pass a spectator at any given point. Pre-parade begins at 8:30A and is followed by the parade at 9:00A.
Racine has a fantastic fireworks display on July 4th. Fireworks begin at dusk over the lake at North Pier. The fireworks are viewable all along Racine's Lakefront. Some excellent viewing areas include North Beach, Zoo Beach, Knapp Park, Gaslight Pointe, Festival Park, Harbor Park. The fireworks are viewable as far away as Schoop Park or Roosevelt Park.
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Racine: La cittá del Belle dei laghi grandi.
Racine: La belle cittá dei grandi laghi.
Racine: De belle stad van de grote meren.
Racine: La belle ville des grands lacs.
Racine: Die belle Stadt der großen Seen
Racine: A bela cidade dos grandes lagos.
Racine: La belle ciudad de los grandes lagos.
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