Reverse parade on July 4 in Harrisburg, Oregon

A classic tractor in a parade in Harrisburg, Oregon (photo credit: Harrisburg July 4th Celebration – Oregon)

What is a reverse July 4th parade? It’s where the residents and businesses decorate their homes, build a float in their yard, or display a classic car or tractor. The possibilities for creativty are endless!

These festive homes and businesses will be on display Sunday, July 4, from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Fire trucks with their sirens on and lights flashing as they drive through the neighborhoods throughout the day. And be on the lookout for the Hawaiian Shaved ice truck so you can grab a treat. If you miss it, it will be parked in front of the old fire department after making its rounds through Harrisburg, Oregon.

View the parade map in the feed at the Harrisburg July 4th Celebration – Oregon Facebook page.

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