Celebrate the Fourth of July at the Old Bridge, Sunset Beach
This year the Old Bridge Historical Society will be is inviting the Sunset Beach community to join us on Independence Day, Thursday, July 4. Fourth of July at the Old Bridge is definitely a Sunset Beach tradition and you will want to be there. The event is free, free, free and open to all.
The official parade start time is 9:00 a.m. and children (and adults) are encouraged to bring their decorated bicycles, wagons, strollers or sneakers to ride or march across the Old Bridge in step to rousing patriotic music. Uncle Sam will be the leader of the parade. This parade is a perfect photo opportunity for grandparents and parents to capture the children in all of their red, white, and blue glory.
Immediately following the parade, volunteers from the Old Bridge Historical Society have designed stations with adult supervised good old-fashioned, All-American games and activities. There will be light refreshments available. For many familiar to Sunset Beach and the Old Bridge, the parade over the Old Bridge on the Fourth of July has become a family tradition. So plan to start your holiday 2019 at the Old Bridge in Sunset Beach, beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, 109 Shoreline Drive West, Sunset Beach! The celebration is weather dependent so for the latest information, please visit the Old Bridge Historical Society website at http://www.theoldbridge.org or call 910-363-6585.
If you can’t make it to this free event on the 4th , remember that the Old Bridge is open every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday until Labor Day, 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Stop by, we hope to see you there!