Bike parade volunteer Gretchen Roeth adds a flag to participant Kenna Bell, a PHS Key Club rider, during 4th Fest activities in downtown Piqua on Wednesday.

Bike parade volunteer Gretchen Roeth adds a flag to participant Kenna Bell, a PHS Key Club rider, during 4th Fest activities in downtown Piqua on Wednesday.


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The annual 4th Fest Bike Parade passes in front of the Fort Piqua Plaza


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Adalynn Atkins, 2, gets her face painted for 4th Fest by Alter Ego Face Painting while her dad, Chris Atkins, both of Piqua, holds er.


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Elliott Johnson, 3, of Piqua, navigates the Ninja Obstacle Course with just a bit of balance help from his mom, Dawn.


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Kids enjoy a shower compliments of the Piqua Fire Department splash pad set up on Main Street during 4th Fest in downtown Piqua on Wednesday.


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Theaphina Compton, 5, and Troy Wildenhaus, 8, of Piqua sheter under umbrellas but don’t let the brief rain shower dampen their spirits at Piqua 4th Fest.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Storm clouds move into the area from the west as Piqua 4th Fest is underway on Wednesday. In spite of the ominous clouds, the rain shower was brief and uneventful, causing only a short interruption of downtown activities.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Bike parade volunteer Gretchen Roeth adds a flag to participant Kenna Bell, a PHS Key Club rider, during 4th Fest activities in downtown Piqua on Wednesday.

The annual 4th Fest Bike Parade passes in front of the Fort Piqua Plaza

Adalynn Atkins, 2, gets her face painted for 4th Fest by Alter Ego Face Painting while her dad, Chris Atkins, both of Piqua, holds er.

Elliott Johnson, 3, of Piqua, navigates the Ninja Obstacle Course with just a bit of balance help from his mom, Dawn.

Kids enjoy a shower compliments of the Piqua Fire Department splash pad set up on Main Street during 4th Fest in downtown Piqua on Wednesday.

Theaphina Compton, 5, and Troy Wildenhaus, 8, of Piqua sheter under umbrellas but don’t let the brief rain shower dampen their spirits at Piqua 4th Fest.

Storm clouds move into the area from the west as Piqua 4th Fest is underway on Wednesday. In spite of the ominous clouds, the rain shower was brief and uneventful, causing only a short interruption of downtown activities.

Bike parade volunteer Gretchen Roeth adds a flag to participant Kenna Bell, a PHS Key Club rider, during 4th Fest activities in downtown Piqua on Wednesday.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/07/web1_070418mju_4thfest1.jpgBike parade volunteer Gretchen Roeth adds a flag to participant Kenna Bell, a PHS Key Club rider, during 4th Fest activities in downtown Piqua on Wednesday. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

The annual 4th Fest Bike Parade passes in front of the Fort Piqua Plaza
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/07/web1_070418mju_4thfest2.jpgThe annual 4th Fest Bike Parade passes in front of the Fort Piqua Plaza Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Adalynn Atkins, 2, gets her face painted for 4th Fest by Alter Ego Face Painting while her dad, Chris Atkins, both of Piqua, holds er.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/07/web1_070418mju_4thfest3.jpgAdalynn Atkins, 2, gets her face painted for 4th Fest by Alter Ego Face Painting while her dad, Chris Atkins, both of Piqua, holds er. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Elliott Johnson, 3, of Piqua, navigates the Ninja Obstacle Course with just a bit of balance help from his mom, Dawn.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/07/web1_070418mju_4thfest5.jpgElliott Johnson, 3, of Piqua, navigates the Ninja Obstacle Course with just a bit of balance help from his mom, Dawn. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Kids enjoy a shower compliments of the Piqua Fire Department splash pad set up on Main Street during 4th Fest in downtown Piqua on Wednesday.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/07/web1_070418mju_4thfest6.jpgKids enjoy a shower compliments of the Piqua Fire Department splash pad set up on Main Street during 4th Fest in downtown Piqua on Wednesday. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Theaphina Compton, 5, and Troy Wildenhaus, 8, of Piqua sheter under umbrellas but don’t let the brief rain shower dampen their spirits at Piqua 4th Fest.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/07/web1_070418mju_4thfest7.jpgTheaphina Compton, 5, and Troy Wildenhaus, 8, of Piqua sheter under umbrellas but don’t let the brief rain shower dampen their spirits at Piqua 4th Fest. Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Storm clouds move into the area from the west as Piqua 4th Fest is underway on Wednesday. In spite of the ominous clouds, the rain shower was brief and uneventful, causing only a short interruption of downtown activities.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2018/07/web1_070418mju_4thfest8.jpgStorm clouds move into the area from the west as Piqua 4th Fest is underway on Wednesday. In spite of the ominous clouds, the rain shower was brief and uneventful, causing only a short interruption of downtown activities. Mike Ullery | Daily Call