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   2022 Schedule of Events!

 MONDAY JULY 4th


10:00 am-2:00 pm   Jack Novak Celebration of Life under the pavilion at Smythe Park (refreshments will be provided)

 

10 am   Bike Decorating registration and judging at the WLM Elementary School Bus Loop

 

10:30 am   Bike parade to Gate House for awards sponsored by the Gatehouse Committee. The Gate House Silent Art Auc tion. Final bids can be made!

 

10:30 am   Chicken Bar-B-Que next to the Pavilion at Smythe Park by the Lions Club

 

11:00am–2:00 pm Children's Carnival at the Y on their green


2:30 pm   Mansfield Destroyers first game at MU Shaute Field $2.00 admission for all


5 pm   Veterans Tribute at MU Shaute Field

 

5:30 pm   Raffle Drawing


5:30 pm   Mansfield Destroyers second game at MU Shaute Field $2.00 admission for all


Dusk:   Fireworks

 

Buy a raffle ticket and SUPPORT the MANSFIELD FIREWORKS!! Thanks to all of you who have already purchased. Tickets for both the quilt and the bike are 5.00 and can be purchased at the Chamber Office. Quilt and Bike

 Information about the Bike Parade

Bike Decorating Instructions

We are happy to announce that the long standing tradition of Mansfield Fireworks will continue. This year there will be a new location but Fireworks will happen on July 4th!

The best viewing area should be between College Avenue and Seventh Street in the South end of town. The display should be seen from pretty much anywhere in Mansfield Boro, and a section of Richmond Twp.
 
We want to thank everyone who made this possible but especially Ward Manufacturing, AJ's Outdoor Power Equipment, Partners in Progress, and Mansfield University as they are our new location. More information will be coming within the next few days and will be released on our social media pages as well as in next weeks Chamber Happenings. 
 
According to the Mansfield Borough: Since the event is not in the usual location in Smythe Park, we would ask that everyone follow a few safety guidelines.
1. Do not gather on public streets to watch the fireworks.
2. Continue to practice social distancing.
3. Do not trespass on private property without the owner’s permission.
4. Check on your pets and make sure they cannot get loose. Fireworks have been known to frighten cats and dogs.