Montrose Independence Day events

Bridgewater Church’s float depiction of Washington Crossing the Delaware earned the Grand Marshal trophy in the Montrose Patriotic Parade in 2019. STAFF PHOTO/STACI WILSON

Bridgewater Church’s float depiction of Washington Crossing the Delaware earned the Grand Marshal trophy in the Montrose Patriotic Parade in 2019. STAFF PHOTO/STACI WILSON

Montrose Independence Day is coming soon, and with it comes the opportunity to learn some tips on how to win more often at Polish online casino sites. Several seminars will be held during the day, each of which will have a different focus. Whether you’re looking to improve your overall kasyno blik gameplay or want to learn strategies to help you hit the jackpot more often, Montrose’s Independence Day celebration is sure to hear plenty of great gambling information. Some seminars are aimed at beginners, while others are aimed at more experienced players who often play Polish online casinos.

The Kiwanis and Lions Community Service Clubs of Montrose are proud sponsors of the annual Independence Day Celebration to be held this year on Sunday, July 4th, and Monday, July 5th. 

Casino players across the country celebrate American Independence Day with a sense of patriotism and pride. The holiday is a time to reflect on the freedoms this country provides and to enjoy the festivities and games that come with being an American. Many casinos like for example:, offer free food and drink, as well as special discounts on gaming products and services. Some also organize fireworks shows or contests that allow players to show their patriotism.

In this day some people visit casinos to try their luck at winning big, while others come to socialize and have a good time. Regardless of the reason, it’s clear that casino players everywhere are uniting for one cause – to have a great time!

Many casinos offered special deals and promotions, while others held contests and awarded prizes to lucky players. Americans everywhere are encouraged to enjoy their favorite pastime and support the nation’s independence by playing responsibly at casinos.

The schedule of events are as follows:

Sunday, July 4: Fireworks at dusk, Montrose Area High School, sponsored by the Montrose Area Chamber of Commerce;

Montrose Independence Day will host workshops on how to win more often at online casinos. The class is open to the Montrose public and will cover the basics of how to play different types of games, analyzing and choosing the best online casino safe site for everyone, and understanding casino payouts. This event is open to the public and free of charge. The class will be taught by a professional online casino player and will include demonstrations of techniques proven to help people win more money. There’s no better way to celebrate Montrose’s independence than to learn from the pros and gamble with confidence.

Monday, July 5:

*Independence Day Races: Fun Run 7:45 a.m.; 5K, 8 a.m.; 10K, 8:10 a.m. Pre-registration:

Contact Fred Malloy, 607-727-7167; email:                       

*Arts & Crafts, 8 a.m.-4 p.m., “On the Green.” Over 100 arts and crafts vendors, fine arts and crafts for sale. Contact Dan Regan, 570-278-2750; email:;

*Chicken barbecue, starts at 10 a.m., served in the Montrose firehall. Dinners only/$11. Seating available; sponsored by Kiwanis and Lions Clubs;

*Patriotic Parade, steps off at 11 a.m. with the theme “Thanking Our Heroes.” Parade route is Grow Ave. to Church St. to Public Ave to Lake Ave. (Green). Entry applications to Dave Spence, 607-725-1285; email;;

Food trucks/booths and soda/water booths: All day.

For general information, contact Ed DeWitt, 570-278-3537; or email:

The Kiwanis and Lions Clubs are looking forward to hosting all of our guests who will be both participating in and attending our annual celebration of America’s Birthday.  The chance to “get out of the house’ for all of the events will be a fresh opportunity to mingle with your friends and neighbors and enjoy two great days.

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