Happy Independence Day 2023

July 4th is always a special day in Greenbrier not only because it’s a day to celebrate our nation’s founding document, the Declaration of Independence, but because it’s time for our neighborhood’s annual patriotic parade. Hosted by our own Capt. America and led by the fire engine from firehouse #17, neighbors are invited to gather in the Antigua Circle around 3.30pm. Kids are encouraged to bring decorated bikes, golf carts and other wheeled vehicles to join the parade scheduled to start at 4pm. There will be prizes given for the following 10 categories:

1. Most patriotic group

2. Most patriotic Boy

3. Most patriotic Girl

4. Best Decorated Pet

5. Best Decorated Golf Cart

6. Best Decorated Bike, Scooter, or Other

7. Most Original Décor

8. Most Extravagant Décor

9. Best looking/oldest car

10. Judge’s Choice

The parade will end up in the Club parking lot where all prizes will be given out and kids can enjoy an inflatable, sno cones, and a face painter. The pool will stay open until 8pm. Please join us next Tuesday, July 4th, for this fun event!

Did you know…when Firehouse #17 was built on Royster Road across from Walnut Grove in 1984, it was the only firehouse in the rural area. It serves Gleneagles, Hamburg, the Polo Club area and the Winchester Road corridor. #17 becomes ‘less rural’ every year with the rapid expansion of commercial and residential areas along our corridor.