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    Name: July 4th BBQ & Lawn Party with the BEST Parade Viewing!
    Date: July 4, 2020
    Time: 10:30 AM - 3:00 PM PDT
    Kelley House Museum July 4th BBQ & Lawn Party
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    Fourth of July at the Kelley House: Best Parade Viewing!

    The annual Kelley House Museum July 4th BBQ & Lawn Party offers the best parade viewing spot in Mendocino, plus live music, hot dogs, burgers, veggie burgers, margaritas, beer, wine, dancing and more! Located directly across from the Main Street judges' stand, this is the top spot to put down your blankets, set up your chairs, watch the parade and enjoy an old-fashioned small town Independence Day celebration. There is no charge for admission.
     
    The party begins at 10:30 a.m. so come early to eat and enjoy the music of The Mixed Nuts, sponsored by Old Gold. Dance to the band's unique blend of Latin, calypso, jazz and swing before and after the parade. Feast on traditional Fourth of July barbecue fare while enjoying ice cold beer from North Coast Brewing Company with help from Noyo Ice, red and white wine compliments of Pacific Star, and soft drinks. For the first time, frosty margaritas will be available! Safeway, Harvest Market and Highway 20 Feed also support the event. All proceeds benefit the non-profit Kelley House Museum. For more information, call 937-5791 or visit kelleyhousemuseum.org.
     
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    Kelley House Museum is located in Mendocino at 45007 Albion Street, off Lansing Street and fronting Main Street and the magnificient Pacific Ocean. The one-acre park-like lawn and beautiful gardens are home to the annual July 4th BBQ & Lawn Party.
    Date/Time Information:
    Fourth of July
    10:30AM - 3PM
    Annually
    Contact Information:
    Kelley House Museum 707-937-5791
    Fees/Admission:
    Free admission.
    Food & beverage available for sale.
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