THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE MADISON VALLEY, RUBY VALLEY AND SURROUNDING AREAS

Scenes from a parade: Sheridan hosted a 50-minute parade through the downtown on Saturday, Aug.3, during the community’s Summer Festival. The American Legion led things off (upper right), 4H and FFA members showed off their hard work (upper left), the Class of ‘78’s float, jamming to Aerosmith, had fun (lower left), and Madison County Search & Rescue demonstrated their horse sense. Many cars, more horses, and some fun floats were also included. (J. Taylor photos)Scenes from a parade: Sheridan hosted a 50-minute parade through the downtown on Saturday, Aug.3, during the community’s Summer Festival. The American Legion led things off (upper right), 4H and FFA members showed off their hard work (upper left), the Class of ‘78’s float, jamming to Aerosmith, had fun (lower left), and Madison County Search & Rescue demonstrated their horse sense. Many cars, more horses, and some fun floats were also included. (J. Taylor photos)Scenes from a parade: Sheridan hosted a 50-minute parade through the downtown on Saturday, Aug.3, during the community’s Summer Festival. The American Legion led things off (upper right), 4H and FFA members showed off their hard work (upper left), the Class of ‘78’s float, jamming to Aerosmith, had fun (lower left), and Madison County Search & Rescue demonstrated their horse sense. Many cars, more horses, and some fun floats were also included. (J. Taylor photos)Scenes from a parade: Sheridan hosted a 50-minute parade through the downtown on Saturday, Aug.3, during the community’s Summer Festival. The American Legion led things off (upper right), 4H and FFA members showed off their hard work (upper left), the Class of ‘78’s float, jamming to Aerosmith, had fun (lower left), and Madison County Search & Rescue demonstrated their horse sense. Many cars, more horses, and some fun floats were also included. (J. Taylor photos)

Sheridan Days Summer Festival

SHERIDAN - Sheridan celebrated its Summer Festival Friday, Aug. 3, through Sunday, Aug. 5, hosted by the Sheridan Volunteer Fire Department.

Friday’s festivities included dinner in the park, a beer garden, a kickball tournament and music from Kneejurk. 

Saturday’s event included the Kenny Steiner Memorial Car show, a parade, lunch in the park with a raffle and door prizes, the kickball championship, a horseshoe tournament, and entertainment for kids that included a bounce house, face painting, wate balloons and other games.

Sunday, Jackson’s Garden was the location for a non-denominational service and brunch.

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