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Winslow begins plans for July 3 street dance
Many flock to Winslow for its Fourth of July fireworks show and parade, but locals know the party truly begins on the preceding night.
The Bainbridge Island Downtown Association has announced that the July 3 Street Dance will once again bring downtown to a halt, then to a boogie, along Winslow Way.
Islanders will be able to dance into the night with live music from Mike Sharp & the Lubricators, followed by Hep Replacements on the main stage.
A second stage on Winslow Way will feature DJ jams for the pop music inclined.
But dancing isn’t what all the local holiday is about. A beer garden and barbecue will also be a part of the festive evening.
Winslow Way will be closed to car traffic between the Town & Country Market and Madison Avenue starting at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 3.
This year’s street dance is made possible by sponsors Columbia Bank and RePower Bainbridge.