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St. Albans is a small rural community with just over 2000 residents. You could say, that St. Albans is a fine example of “Small Town America,” but don’t let the size of the town or the number inhabitants fool you. This community comes together during the year to fundraise and organize the towns biggest “summer” celebration. St. Albans Summerfest will be held on Saturday, July 21st. There will be a wide variety of activities on Saturday including, horseshoe tournaments, craft and vendor fair, multiple kids games, parade, concerts, barbecues, fireworks, plus much more. The parade will start at 10 AM at the St. Albans Elementary School on 129 Hartland Road and turns right towards the dam, then over the bridge and turns onto High Street and break off at the end of the street. Keep in mind, do not park on High Street until after the parade. Water Street will be closed for through traffic (except for street residents) for vendors all day. Saturdays festivities will end at dusk with a fireworks show over Big Indian Lake. Bring a blanket and chair to sit back and enjoy the colorful show. The community is invited to attend. For more information visit Facebook at st.albanssummerfest.