BC Historical Society to host Fourth of July celebration
Darrell Segura with the Bridge City Historical Society is excited about the upcoming 2nd annual Fourth of July celebration on Cow Bayou. The celebration will be held at the foot of the historic swing bridge at the former location of Joe Bailey’s Fish Camp.
“We will have a live band starting at 5 p.m., Three Legged Dawg,” said Segura. The band will play till dark, when the fireworks display will begin.
Before the fireworks, 11 year old, Madison Juneau will sing the National Anthem.
“They are calling her the next Kree Harrison,” said Segura.
Food will be available for sale. The Bridge City Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary will be selling hot links.
Memberships to the Historical Society will be available for $20.
Segura wants to remind people to bring their lawn chairs or they can watch the festivities from the water. “Some people came by boat last year.”
The concert and fireworks are a free, family friendly event. No alcohol will be allowed.