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Designing Patriotism

2 Jul, 2010 McKell Naegle

Fluid Studio has worked withe the Gallivan Center and Salt Lake City for multiple years on their many events.

We have assisted with the graphic design and some marketing aspects to get the word out and drive awareness and attendance.
This year is no different. If you are still looking for some good entertainment on the weekend of July 4th, check out what you can do!

Salt Lake City’s 4th of July Celebration
Saturday, July 3 and Sunday, July 4, 2010

Salt Lake City’s annual 4th of July celebration schedule is a bit different for 2010. To start the weekend off right – a FREE pancake breakfast and kids’ bike parade. Sunday’s activities will include the regularly scheduled People’s Market from 10am to 3pm and of course, the grand finale – FIREWORKS! As always it will be a patriotic neighborhood party on Salt Lake City’s west-side.

Saturday, July 3
FREE Pancake Breakfast – 9am
A FREE pancake breakfast will be served to the first 1,000 people on first-come first-served until we run out of food! Come enjoy breakfast with your friends and neighbors!

10am – Kids Bike Parade
Calling all kids – decorate your bikes, trikes, wagons, and strollers in your best red, white and blue decorations! Meet near the main pavilion where breakfast is served and at 10am we’ll have a quick parade around the park to show off your decorating skills and your patriotism!

Sunday, July 4
People’s Market – 10am to 3pm
Check out the regularly scheduled People’s Market on Sunday morning in the park. This local Sunday market features local produce and prepared foods, artisan products and entertainment.

Celebrate Independence Day with a grand fireworks show.

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