Vintage cars were a part of the Fourth of July parades in New Haven and Mason Tuesday. Ed and Rhonda Carson of Carson Farms are pictured here, as well as some passengers.
The Fourth of July parade is a good time to advertise for Vacation Bible School, as First Baptist Church of Mason did here.
A Shriner hand-delivers candy to parade watchers in the Town of Mason Fourth of July parade. A parade was also held earlier in the day in New Haven.
It was a time of riding and throwing candy for members of the Yankees minor league team in the Fourth of July parade in Mason.
Chuck Blake and the Show Nuff Band entertained those who attended the ice cream social, held by the Mason Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary on Tuesday.
A crowd turned out to watch Chuck Blake and the Show Nuff Band in the comfort of the shade and air conditioning at the Mason Fire Station on the Fourth of July.
The lines were long and steady to get homemade ice cream and other goodies at the Mason Volunteer Fire Department Ice Cream and Hotdog Social on Tuesday.
With the perfect hot conditions, the water slide was a popular event at the Mason Fourth of July celebration.
Nothing says tradition like a watermelon eating contest on the Fourth of July. Pictured are participants at the Town of Mason celebration as they try to be the first to finish.
There was nothing but rind remaining after Michael VanMatre won the watermelon eating contest in Mason Tuesday. He won a cash prize, but all participants received a dollar for entering.
Nothing beats flying as these children demonstrate on the Euro-Bungee that was set up at the Mason Park on Tuesday.
Free water, juice, chips and hotdogs were featured at the Mason Fourth of July celebration. Pictured are Michelle Pearson and Bob Wing as they dole out the treats.
Cornhole was enjoyed by many on the banks of the Ohio River Tuesday at the Stewart-Johnson V.F.W./Lottie Jenks Memorial Park. Hundreds turned out for the holiday festivities, sponsored by the Town of Mason.
Businesses and individuals donated prizes so that every half-hour there was a winner at the Town of Mason Fourth of July celebration. Mayor Donna Dennis is pictured at left as she presents a fishing pole to a young winner.