Three-year-old Madison McCauley, left, and her twin sister Abigail enjoy the shade of a covered wagon at Hart Park in Wauwatosa on July 4.
Credit: Peter Zuzga
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The moon rises as fireworks burst over Hart Park in Wauwatosa on July 4.
NOW All-Suburban Softball Player of the Year Rachel Seefeldt, left, is joined by teammate Sarah Mueller at West Allis Hale High School.
Credit: NOW Photo by Jerry Luterman
New Berlin residents are treated to the sounds of Streetlife with Warren Wiegratz at the the first Concerts at City Center.
Credit: Jerry Luterman
Zoe, left, and Lucy get a ride down the New Berlin July 4 Parade route.
The Sinay family of West Allis in a classic American scene during the New Berlin July 4 parade.
Children ride their decorated bicycles during the St. Francis July 4 parade.
Credit: Dave Haberkorn
Miss St. Francis Colleen Mrotek waves to the crowd while riding in a convertible during the St. Francis July 4 parade.
George Strobl walks the Brookfield July 4 parade route with a Coatimundi (South American raccoon) on his shoulder.
Credit: Mary Catanese
Sue Cram does not object to getting sprayed with water during the Brookfield parade.
Parade-goers are sprayed with water to cool off during the Brookfield parade.
Even two-month-old Tommy Bibo turned out for the Fun Before the Fourth parade in Mequon and Thiensville.
Credit: C.T. Kruger
Gov. Scott Walker talks with Bradley Corporation employees during his visit to the new accessories manufacturing plant in Germantown.
Gov. Tommy Thompson shakes hands during the Oak Creek Independence Day parade.
Sophia Gruetzmacher, 4, watches the Greenfield Fire Department trucks pass by.
The Greenfield Marching Band performs in the July 4 parade.
Dogs cool off during the Greenfield July 4 parade.
A swimmer waves to friends as she cruises down the water slide at Wirth Park in Brookfield.
Gregg Skwierawski cannon balls off the high dive at the Wirth Park Pool in Brookfield.
Wauwatosa West assistant coach Jack Ward walks to the mound to talk with Tyler Gross with the bases loaded against Wauwatosa East.
Pearl Harbor survivor LeRoy Knurr rides in the first unit in the Menomonee Falls Independence Day Parade.
Aaron George, 7, eats a snow cone before the start of the Menomonee Falls Independence Day Parade.
Brookfield East's Brandt Rogers is hit by a pitch during the second inning against visiting West Allis Hale.
Wauwatosa East's Bryce Kratzer cools off with a water-soaked sponge during a baseball game against West Allis Central on McCoy Field in Brookfield.
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