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Square to SquareThe Town of Clayton and the Downtown Development Association is excited to present Square-to-Square, a brand new street festival to celebrate Independence Day!

Join us on Main Street from Town Square to Horne Square for games, activities, contest, and so much more!

Activities will kick off at 11am with a bicycle parade sponsored by HTR: Hometowne Realty- where children of all ages are encouraged to decorate their bikes, scooters, or wagons and ride from Horne Square to Town Square on Main Street.

Ragland Productions will be on site with their Trackless Train, rock climbing wall, waterslides and more! And the best part: ALL the rides are FREE.  

There will be a hotdog eating contest beginning at noon for ages 13 and up. Pre-registration is encouraged to participate.

There is a hula-hoop contest set for 1:00pm for children 12 and under.

The Clayton Farm and Community Market will be set up in Horne Square and Food Trucks will be on Main Street.

The Clayton Chamber of Commerce will be giving out FREE Snow Cones from 11:30am until they run out!

Lee's Produce is sponsoring FREE Watermelon starting at noon.

There will be games with the Clayton Parks and Recreation Department, contest run by the Hocutt-Ellington Memorial Library, Axe throwing with Epic Axe, and a Poetry Fox with the Clayton Cultural Arts Foundation.

A Stilt Walker, Face Painter, and Balloon Twister will all be there. Princesses Rapunzel and Ariel will even be on Main Street from 12pm-2pm.

The festival will conclude with a Fire Truck Parade down Main Street at 2:45pm.

Please join us in thanking our sponsors for this event: Clayton Chamber of Commerce, HTR Hometowne Realty, Lee’s Produce, Ragland Productions, Meineke of Clayton, and Hudson’s Hardware.

We are looking forward to seeing you on Main Street on Saturday, July 3!

Check back for more details and a complete schedule of events as we get closer.

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