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Flooding won’t dampen Fair Haven’s Fourth of July celebration

Flooding is still a problem in northern Cayuga County, but it won’t prevent the village of Fair Haven from celebrating America’s independence.

Fair Haven’s Fourth of July events will be held this weekend and early next week. The celebration is organized by the Save Our Fourth Association.

The theme for this year’s slate of Fourth of July events: “The American dream lives on.” The festivities will begin Friday with the mile-long parade, a carnival, chicken barbecue and live music.

 

On Saturday, the two-day craft fair will begin in the Village Park and a 5K run and walk will be held to benefit Hospice of the Finger Lakes. One of the other day-long events is the Bayside Cruisers Classic Car Show. Fair Haven Mayor Jim Basile said last year’s show drew nearly 175 cars.

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