FROM OUTLAWS TO A WOLF ON A MOTORCYCLE, ALPINE’S 4TH OF JULY PARADE IS SOMETHING TO HOWL ABOUT

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East County News Service

July 1, 2018 (Alpine) -- Alpine’s Fourth of July Festival Parade rolls out at 10 a.m. Wednesday down Alpine Boulevard featuring a biplane flyover, donkeys, a clown on stilts, the Alpine outlaws, tumblers, floats, and a wolf on a motorcycle among over 50 entries.

After the parade, which ends at Tavern Road, a festival will be held at the Alpine Community Center, where Uncle Sam will be posing for photos. There will also be games, a dunk tank, bounce house and vendors galore.

The parade is presented by the Kiwanis Club, Alpine mountain Empire Chamber of Commerce and alpine Community Center. The major sponsor this year is the Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians.