South County 4th of July Parade Cancelled
The South County 4th of July Committee along with Market Street have announced with great sadness, the cancellation of the 44th Annual 4th of July Parade, “Stars & Stripes Forever” due to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the potential of over 20,000 spectators and 200 volunteers gathering along the parade route through Town Center and Market Street, holding the parade would not be in the best interest of health and safety for our community.
“We look forward to presenting the 2021 South County 4th of July Parade as scheduled. For more information about the event and how to become a sponsor for next year’s parade, please visit www.4thofjuly.org.”
The South County 4th of July Committee is an organization of nine dedicated volunteers responsible for the 4th of July Parade in The Woodlands area and is designated as a 501(c)(3) corporation funded through donations and sponsorships. The parade would not occur without the support of their community partner, The Woodlands Township. The parade dates to the late 1970’s when it was originally organized by The Woodlands Lions Club. The South County 4th of July Committee was organized in the early 1990’s.
For additional updates, like the South County 4th of July page on Facebook (4thofJulyParadeTX), and follow on Twitter (@4thofJulyParade) and Instagram (@4thofJulyParade).
Source: Stuart L. Schroeder, South County 4th of July Committee