Thank you for all who volunteered, donated and contributed to the 2018 Celebration.
The Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration is an all volunteer, community funded event that receives no direct funding from the Village of Ridgewood. In addition to our generous sponsors and to ensure our tradition continues we need your support! Donate Now!
A special thank you to;
The Village of Ridgewood including, the Village Manager’s Office, the Village Clerk’s Office the Police Department, the Fire Department, Emergency Services, the Department of Public Works, the Department of Parks and Recreation, the Department of Health, and the Village Council.
Our volunteer ticket vendors including, Backyard Living, Bookends, Connect One Bank,Daily Treat Restaurant, Goffle Brook Farm, Hillmann Electric, The Wine Seller, Town & Country Apothecary, Volunteer Members of H.I.L.T., The Hobbyists, and the Ridgewood Public Library
The volunteers for the day including, Parade Judges, Parade Marshals, Parade Announcer, Banner Carriers, Drivers, and the Evening Gate Attendants.
A special thank you to Joseph Solway and Peter Diamond of the Dad’s Night Band.
AND — thanks to the dedicated committee members of the Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration Committee, Inc. for whom the Fourth of July is a year-round event!
Ridgewood Fourth of July Committee Executive Board
Tara Masterson, Chris Raimondi, Leigh Gilsenan & Schuyler Saltiel
Jack Egan, Kevin Emery, Mike Janke, & Bob Lasky
Village of Ridgewood Liasons
Capt. William Amoruso RPD, Lt. John Young RFD and Councilwoman Susan Knudsen
Don’t miss out on our 2nd annual 50/50! Only 600 tickets will be sold with the winner receiving up to $25,000 and 10 additional winners receiving up to $500 each. Tickets are $100.00 each and can be purchased at Park Wood Delicatessen on Saturdays in June from 11am to 2pm or at the Ridgewood Public Library from June 25 to June 30 from 9am to 3pm. Can’t make it there? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all who volunteer, donate and work to make our celebration a great success year after year!
RIDGEWOOD FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION
Please join us for the 108th annual Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration on Wednesday, July 4th, 2018.
The Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration Committee announces their 2018 celebration theme as “Rockin’ Ridgewood: Celebrating All-American Music.”
The 2018 theme aims to celebrate the impact of music on American culture throughout history and highlight the talents of many performers from our community.
Each year, the Fourth of July Celebration Committee chooses a theme that celebrates a certain aspect of American history or culture. The theme also serves as the basis for the float competition held among the town’s elementary schools.
Thank you for your continued support of this great tradition!
-The Ridgewood Fourth of July Celebration Commitee