Forks celebrates Independence Day all week

FORKS — The week-long Forks Old Fashioned Fourth of July celebration, which began Saturday, will continue from Monday through Wednesday, and pick up again on Friday through Sunday, July 8.

On Monday will be bingo at the Forks Elks Lodge. On Tuesday a basketball tournament at the Forks High School gym is planned.

The Fourth of July will feature an Elks breakfast, a Kiddies Parade, a Grand Parade, a salmon bake and a demolition derby before fireworks at dusk.

On Friday will be a bean bag toss at Tillicum Park, with half of the proceeds going to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Saturday will be crammed with activities: a horseshoe tournament, art show, frog jump, cribbage tournament, a Taste of Forks Grill Off, a street dance and a Moonlight Madness sale.

Sunday will feature a Kiddies Play Day at Tillicum Park and continuation of the art show.

For more, see events on the Forks Chamber of Commerce website at forkswa.com/.

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