Bond County Bicentennial
1817 - 2017
View Detailed 2-Day Schedule of Events [Revised June 20] (Print Friendly – 28.8kb, .pdf)
The Bond County Bicentennial Celebration will be a two day festival located around the courthouse square in downtown Greenville, Illinois July 1 & 2, 2017. Music concerts, a parade, a family fun area, food and beer vendors, craft vendors, historic courthouse tours, and a special Bond County Museum exhibit will be featured. Also, a Sunday night fireworks display provided by the Bond County Fourth Fest will take place over downtown. More information is available on our facebook page @bondcountybicentennial.
On Saturday night, July 1, a “Bond County Jam” will be held on the main stage. Any local musicians can come up and play or sing, with Swamp Weiss and the Swamp Daddies backing them up. Fill out this form to reserve a spot! (137kb. .pdf)
Non-Food Vendor Booth Space Information (external link)
View/Print Parade Registration Form (270kb. .pdf)
View Downtown Greenville, Illinois Map (Print Friendly – 135kb, .pdf)