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Fort Missoula 37th Annual 4th of July Celebration

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The 37th "Old-Fashioned" 4th of July celebration took place at the Historical Museum today.

Families continued to arrive by the car load at Fort Missoula for the pancake breakfast on this 4th of July.

People enjoyed the beautiful day with entertainment ranging from musical performances, railroading demonstrations, craft vendors, silent auctions and even clogging later in the day.

Executive Director of The Historical Museum said people have been planning this event since January.

"It's a fundraiser for the friends of the museum but its more about having some old fashion family fun on the Fourth of July celebrating American Independence," Robert Brown said.

The celebration ended at four p.m. and the museum wants to thank all of the volunteers who helped make this event possible.

 

 

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