Happy Independence Day 2021

Greenbrier celebrated the 245th Birthday of the United States in grand style this past Sunday, the 4th of July! Over 30 golf carts decorated in red,white and blue, along with scooters, motor bikes and various other vehicles tooled around the neighborhood waving flags and delighting residents. Under the direction of Capt. America (Chris Thiel) and led by firefighters in their engine from local station #17, the parade ended at the Club parking lot, where kids enjoyed snow cones provided by your GRI as well as all sorts of activities, including a giant inflatable slide and games.

Prizes were awarded in the following categories:

  • Most Patriotic Group: Elizabeth, Whitley & Kitty
  • Most Patriotic Boy and Girl: Danny Street & Stelyn Drisko
  • Best Decorated Pets: Weston & Millie Stutler
  • Golf Cart: Tyler Street
  • Group: The Gulletts
  • Best Family Décor: The Trimbles, The Mittenzewis, & The Theils
  • Most Original (a patriotic Miss Piggy and Kermit the Frog)
  • Most Extravagant: Ron & Sandy Mollenkopf
  • Best & Oldest Car: Mary Keene Marrs
  • Most Unusual The Allen Family with their giant gorilla in patriotic garb, Ed.

A good time was had by all and promises to be an even bigger affair next year!

4TH of JULY GREENBRIER PARADE

THE ANNUAL 4TH of JULY GREENBRIER PARADE

COVID STYLE

SATURDAY JULY 4th: 4:00 START

 

Meet at the cul-de-sac on Antigua at 3.30pm with decorated bikes, carts and scooters.  Prizes and awards will be given out at the conclusion of the parade.  The parade will begin at 4:00pm and will proceed up Antilles and around Bahama ending at the Club parking lot.  All are encouraged to participate.  For those who cannot participate, come out and enjoy this great neighborhood tradition.

The parade will be modified due to the Cov-19 Pandemic. The state of KY guidelines will be utilized. All adult participants acknowledge this at their own risk to exposure. All adult participants allowing minor children to participate are responsible for their adhering to all recommended guidelines. Failure to do so may result in expulsion. Please review the  KY guidelines below for groups with particular emphasis to masks being worn and 6ft social distancing adhered.

LINK:  KY Covid Guidelines for Groups

2019 Independence Day Celebrations

There are two special reasons tor freedom lovers to celebrate July 4th this year – and we’re not even talking about the US Declaration of Independence –  which enshrined in a Bill of Rights religious freedom, freedom of speech, press freedom, and the right to peaceably assemble.

First is the neighborhood breakfast/brunch at the home of Jennifer and Ben Allen, 3785 Jamaica Court.  Starting at 10am, neighbors are invited to bring a dish to share and a chair while kids enjoy playing on inflatables. No rain date is planned.

Second is the annual Greenbrier parade, hosted by parade meister extraordinaire Chris Thiel.  Kids are encouraged to bring decorated bikes. golf carts, and scooters to the Antigua Circle around 3.30pm.   Fire engine #17 will arrive at 4pm to lead the way around Bahama to the Clubhouse, where paradegoers can enjoy snocones, and kids will be awarded prizes in several categories.

Here’s to a Happy 4th!

Fourth of July Extravaganza, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM


Celebrate the Fourth of July with the annual Greenbrier parade. Meet at the cul-de-sac on Antigua at 3:30pm with decorated bikes, carts and scooters. Prizes and awards will be given out at the conclusion of the parade. The parade will begin at 4:00pm and will proceed up Antilles and around Bahama ending at the Club. All are encouraged to participate. At the Club, there will be inflatables, snow cones, pool activities and more. For those who cannot participate, come out and enjoy this great neighborhood tradition.
Questions? call Chris Thiel, Parademaster @ 294-9734

Happy Independence Day

Be sure to join the Greenbrier Neighborhood Parade!
Participants will assemble on the Antigua cul de sac at 3:30 PM on the Fourth.
The Parade will depart for the Country Club at 4:00 PM
The parade route will proceed via Antilles and Bahama.

Happy Independence Day

2012July4_15_cropThe 2014 Greenbrier Independence Day parade will begin at 4:00 PM on July 4 in Antigua Court.  Participants should assemble at 3:30 PM.  The parade route will travel to Marquesas, then Bahama and finish in the Country Club parking lot.  The parade will take place rain or shine.
There will be Sno-cones and inflatables in the Club parking lot.
Please: no fireworks on the golf course.
Enjoy these photos from the 2012 Parade:  Click for Link.
Do you have pictures to share?  Mail them to Steve.Ricker@gb-ra.com.