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Photos: Solon Springs celebrates Independence Day

People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Jazmine Smith, left, 13, and her brother Isaiah Smith, 8, both of Superior, visit with Noah Amys of South Range, who is two weeks old, as their aunt, Becca Center of Cloquet, watches during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Mae Dahl, 6, of Pine City eats a popsicle while watching the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Harper Martin, 7, of Solon Springs waves while riding in the Solon Springs Fire Department Engine 2 during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Audrey Amys, 2, and her brother Eli Amys, 4, both of South Range, cover their ears in reaction to loud sirens during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
A person wears a pair of patriotic themed Crocs clogs while watching the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Emerson Conley, from left, 13, of South Range, John Neylon, 11, of Superior and Kaelyn Tonley, 10, of South Range wave at a float during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Children rush to grab candy thrown from fire trucks during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Henry Donahoo, 14, of Solon Springs juggles while riding a unicycle during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Tori Schriner, 8, of Solon Springs throws candy from a float during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Members of the Free Spirit Saddle Club and the Lakeland 4-H ride their horses during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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People wearing red white and blue patriotic themed clothing participating in outdoor parade
Smokey Bear waves while riding on a Type 4 fire engine stationed with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in Gordon during the Independence Day parade on Saturday, July 2, 2022, in Solon Springs.
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The event will include kids' games, live music and more.