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Canby Main Street Manager Jamie Stickel looked around Wait Park and smiled - it was a smile of joy tinged with a little bit of worry.

JOHN BAKER - This year's Canby Independence Day Celebration is believed to have set an attendance record.Canby Main Street Manager Jamie Stickel looked around Wait Park and smiled – it was a smile of joy tinged with a little bit of worry.

The Canby Independence Day Celebration was in full swing July 4 morning and it was obvious the participation level had reached – well, a new level. The masses descended on Canby for this year's Fourth of July event, which Stickel noted was a great thing, but it was a little intimidating.

"It's amazing, right?" she both stated and asked. "The crowds for the parade were huge and look at all these people."

This year's parade didn't just have people lining the parade route, it had crowds lining the way.

Big crowds from start to finish for this year's kickoff portion of the event. From there, the bodies just kept coming, filling up Canby's downtown area to check out a car show along First Avenue, enjoy some music in the beer garden along Second Avenue, then check out more music and more than 60 vendors in and around Wait Park.

Stickel estimated upwards of 10,000 people attend the event this year.

To view more photos from the July 4 event visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/canbyherald

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