Thank you to all who visited the Dundalk Heritage Fair this year to enjoy the entertainment, vendors, and all that the fair has to offer. Thank you to those who donated (check out our Sponsors pages and be sure to patronize those businesses) as well as all of our volunteers who work tirelessly each year to make the fair, fireworks, and parade happen.
For a recap of the fair, please visit our Facebook page. We will be adding more content in the coming days and weeks.
We’ll see you next year for the 2017 Dundalk Heritage Fair, parade, and fireworks! The 2017 Dundalk Heritage Fair will be held on June 30, July 1 and 2, 2017. For those interested in volunteering, please let us know for next year by contacting us.
The 2016 Dundalk Heritage Fair will be held on July 1st, 2nd and 3rd. The Dundalk 4th of July Parade and Fireworks will be held on July 4th at the same location as usual, the North Point Government Center/Grange Elementary. We hope to see you there!
More information will be coming later this month. Please check back for updates.
For more information on the festivities, please click the links below:
The Dundalk Heritage Fair is operated by The Heritage Association of Dundalk, a group of dedicated volunteers who give their time and energy to ensure that the Dundalk community enjoys the greatest 4th of July celebration in the country. Activities include a three-day fair, the largest parade in Maryland, and a fireworks show. Hundreds of volunteers donate countless hours to do everything from putting up fences to hiring entertainers to selling admission tickets, ensuring a long weekend of family fun in the most patriotic community in the world.
And finally a THANK YOU from The Dundalk Heritage Fair Association and all of the volunteers and board members…
From all of us at the Dundalk Heritage Fair Association –
It is with sadness that Mars SuperMarkets will be closing their doors on July 31st. Mars has been a sponsor of the fair and all of the 4th of July activities in Dundalk for many, many years. They have graciously donated their time through employees handing out reusable shopping bags and programs at the front gate of the fair, floating Henley the Friendly Martian down the streets of Dundalk in the annual 4th of July parade, donating generous amounts of food for the entertainment and volunteers at the fair, and generally just being a great neighbor and amazing sponsor. Their presence in the coming years will be missed and we cannot thank the D’Anna family, the “Friendly Food People” and employees enough for their patronage in making the Dundalk Heritage Fair, parade, and fireworks the best in the region.
With gratitude and sincere appreciation for all that you have done in our community and for us,
Joe Falbo and the Dundalk Heritage Fair Association