There was no fireworks show, but Independence Day revelers still jammed into downtown Bayfield on Wednesday for the town's annual events.
A large crowd filled Mill Street for the parade, and afterwards, moved into Joe Stephenson Park, where the Bayfield High School wrestling team sold out of locally produced hamburgers, and Brenda's Old West Cafe ran out of turkey legs.
More than 40 teams registered for the horseshoe tournament in Eagle Park, and Lydia's Sweet Treats reported that ice cream sales were brisk.
The Bayfield Lions Club served an estimated 700 pancake breakfasts. Calvary Presbyterian Church members solds lots of pies, they also rode a float in the parade celebrating the founding of the church 120 years ago in 1898.
The beer tent operated by the Pine River Centennial Rotary Club, a corn hole tournament, and live music by Tomyris rounded out the afternoon's festivities.