Bartlett celebrates Independence Day with patriotic parade

  • Karolyn Nance, director of the Bartlett Public Library District, makes bubbles for the kids while walking in the Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade on Saturday, July 3.

    Karolyn Nance, director of the Bartlett Public Library District, makes bubbles for the kids while walking in the Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade on Saturday, July 3. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Bartlett resident Sam Wrobel holds his 1-year-old daughter Cora during the Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade on Saturday, July 3. Sam says he's dressed up for the past 12 years.

    Bartlett resident Sam Wrobel holds his 1-year-old daughter Cora during the Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade on Saturday, July 3. Sam says he's dressed up for the past 12 years. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Mayor Kevin Wallace passes out candy during the Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade on Saturday, July 3.

    Mayor Kevin Wallace passes out candy during the Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade on Saturday, July 3. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Cousins Aubree Stengel, 9, left, Skylar Makowski, 8, and Wyatt Hermansen, 7, dressed in patriotic clothes for the Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade on Saturday, July 3.

    Cousins Aubree Stengel, 9, left, Skylar Makowski, 8, and Wyatt Hermansen, 7, dressed in patriotic clothes for the Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade on Saturday, July 3. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • The Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade heads south on Oak Avenue on Saturday, July 3.

    The Bartlett Fourth of July Festival parade heads south on Oak Avenue on Saturday, July 3. Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

 
Updated 7/3/2021 4:39 PM

Bartlett residents decked out in red, white and blue cheered on the village's Fourth of July Festival parade Saturday.

Activities throughout the festival included carnival rides, games, food and entertainment.

 

The fest continues Sunday.

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