RIVESVILLE, W.Va. – Town of Rivesville held its Riverfront Pageant behind the municipal constructing, starting at 9 a.m. on July 2.
The Essential Avenue Rivesville Market on Monday kicked off at 9 a.m. and included a rock-climbing wall, playground tools, baked items, artisans and distributors. The city storage had free face portray for youths beginning at four:00 pm, the place a basket was additionally raffled off.
The West Facet Rhythm and Blues Band performed within the pavilion between 5:30 and seven:30 p.m. Ryan Cain then performed from eight to 10 p.m.
Styx and Stones BBQ was there, together with many different meals distributors and good baked tables.
The pageant has been held for a number of years. Frank Moore, Metropolis Councilman and President of Essential Avenue Rivesville, talked about why the pageant was necessary to the group.
“Nicely, the pageant for the group has actually been a convention. Additionally, it brings all of our group relations, our households collectively, on the town, to have enjoyable and rejoice our Independence Day.”
The Metropolis of Rivesville wished to thank all the volunteers and sponsors who helped make the prices of the fireworks, meals distributors, crafts, and actions a hit for the pageant.
To finish the Independence Day celebration, the fireworks present started at 10 p.m.