Let freedom ring! The Token Creek 4th of July festivities kicked off with a Remembrance Ceremony at 10 a.m. Following the ceremony, the day's activities continued with the signature race, the most bass-ackwards run in southern Wisconsin, the Hiney Run. Contestants run 9,036 inches (4,018 inches for children younger than 9 years) backwards up a hill, as spectators lining the street cheer. Following the race, winners in the children's bike decorating contest were awarded. The day's events concluded with the "Biggest Littlest Parade" and a street dance.
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