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Brunswick Summer Celebration has an International Flavor this year

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    The Brunswick High School Marching Band participated in the 2018 Brunswick Summer Celebration Grand Parade and returns for 2019.

    Photo Provided by Brunswick Productions

From June 19 through the 23 you can delight your palate to many international flavors. The festival will be celebrating music and food from around the globe throughout the five day event. Wednesday is American night and will feature American fair and music by the Brunswick Community Band from 6 to 8 pm and Parsons & Polk from 8 to 10 pm.

The theme on Thursday, June 20 is Italian Day. The Avanti Band will play at 7 pm and again at 9pm. Friday, June 21 is a great night for fans of Irish culture and food. The entertainment will include The Porter Sharks from 6 to 8pm, Brady Campbell School of Irish Dance at 8 pm, and The New Barleycorn from 8:30 to 10:30 pm. The featured food of the day will be by Sully’s Irish Pub of Medina.

Saturday, June 22 will be German Day at the festival. Oktoberfest comes early this year! Die Gottscheer Blaskapelle will provide the entertainment from 7 to 11 pm and Der Braumeister Restaurant will be the featured food vendor.

The festival wraps up Sunday with a Latino theme. The Latin Jazz Players will perform at 4, 5 and 6 pm that night.

Many established favorites will be returning this year. The Beer Garden is back as well as a variety of contests throughout the festival including a 3 on 3 soccer tournament. Rides, fair food and the Grand Parade have been staples of the Brunswick Summer Celebration and will be there again this year. Bates Brothers Amusements will be providing the rides again this year.

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The Brunswick High School Marching Band participated in the 2018 Brunswick Summer Celebration Grand Parade and returns for 2019.

Photo Provided by Brunswick Productions Enlarge

The Grand Parade will be Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 2:00 PM. It begins on Pearl Road and travels east on Center Road to the Summer Celebration Festival main entrance.

Week long events include the Cutest Baby Photo Contest, Bike Drawings, Instant Bingo, Poker Chip Chase and the Kid’s Korner & Sand Box. Stop by the information booth for details.

For a complete listing of all entertainment show-times and other Celebration information go to

www.summer-celebration.com

New this year is free gate admission until 7 pm every day of the festival. After that a very reasonable admission will be charged.

Donations and support from area businesses and organizations through monetary and in-kind donations are keys to the longevity of the Brunswick Summer Celebration. RPM International Inc. is the presenting sponsor and is joined by other supporting sponsors to help make the event possible. Corporate Sponsors include; ABC Equipment Rental, Access Outdoor Storage, Diamond Event Center & Catering, Giant Eagle, The Gazette, Brunswick City (All Departments), Brunswick City Schools, Valley City Supply. For a complete list of all sponsors visit the Brunswick Summer Celebration website.

Brunswick Summer Celebration (BSC) is a 501(c)(3) Non-profit Charitable Organization run entirely by volunteers. Formerly known as Brunswick Old Fashioned Days, it was formed 39 years ago when they took over the Chamber’s Community Days. Kevin Schemrich has been President of the organization for the past 32 years.

The Summer Celebration Committee is seeking volunteers to help with future festivals and events. Anyone interested in helping out should stop by the Information Booth. Persons with Social Media, Advertising or Marketing Skills and persons with computer experience in Microsoft Office and web design are most needed. For more information or questions, email

info@summer-celebration.com

Hope to see you on our Team.

Sponsored by Brunswick Production Inc.
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