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Jefferson County 4th of July Celebration
Jul 4, 2011 Events/Activities begin at 6:00 p.m.
Jefferson County
Jefferson County will be celebrating the 4th of July beginning at 6:00 pm with activities such as cake auction, music, cloggers and much more. The firework display will start around 9:30 pm.

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office
(850) 342-0211


Midway 4th of July Fireworks Display
Jul 4, 2011 July 4, 2011 1pm to 9pm
31805 Blue Star Highway, Midway, Florida 32343
Midway Community Improvement organization has partnered with the City of Midway for a city-wide fireworks display

Event Info(850)321-6686 City Midway Mngr(850)574-2355

July 4th Celebration
Jul 4, 2011 July 4, 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM
Northwoods Baptist Church, 3762 Capital Circle, NW, Tallahassee, FL
Northwoods Baptist Church will host their 8th annual July 4th celebration on Monday, July 4, from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM on our 87 acre campus in northwest Tallahassee. This family-friendly event is FREE to the community. Lots of great food, cold drinks, games and moonwalks for the kids, stage entertainment and the main attraction – FIREWORKS! Their top notch firework display will once again be professionally done by Southern Skies Fireworks. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and enjoy an evening of fun!

Northwoods Baptist Church is located at 3762 Capital Circle, NW, just 2 miles north of Interstate 10, Exit 196. Contact Todd Sapp at 562-1188 for more information or check the web at www.sharethejoy.com

Todd Sapp, 850-562-1188


4th of July Celebration
Jul 4, 2011 July 4, 2011 starts at 6:00am - ends at Dark
Town of Greensboro
The Greensboro Kiwanis Club presents the 36th Annual Independence Day celebration on Monday, July 4, 2010. This day of celebration starts at the Greensboro Town Hall (150 E 11th Street) with the “Firecracker 5000”, old fashion fun and games, food, and eating contest. After a break the day continues at the Greensboro Elementary School (559 Greensboro Hwy) with entertainment, a guest speaker, awards, and more. This fun filled day ends with Sky Divers and a wonderful fireworks display. Come, bring your family and friends, and enjoy!
Scheduled Activities
6:00 A.M. Registration for Race and Walk Begins
7:00 A.M. 5000 Meter Race and Walk Begins
(Starting line is West of Town on Sycamore Rd)
8:00 A.M. Breakfast for Those in Race (Served until 9:30 A.M.)
8:00 A.M. West Gadsden Historical Society – 6th Annual Open House Begins
(@ The James Dezell House, 328 E 8th Street)
8:45 A.M. Commemorative T-Shirts Sale Begins
9:30 A.M. Old Fashion Fun and Games for All Ages Begins
10:00 A.M. *Fun Run, Bike Races, Tug-a-war, Sack Races, Balloon Toss, Penny Hunt, and more..
10:30 A.M. Hay Rides
11:00 A.M. Eating Contest for All Ages Begins
(Watermelon and Moon Pie)
7:00 P.M. Live Entertainment Begins
(At Greensboro Elementary School Football Field -559 Greensboro Hwy)
7:00 P.M. Concession Stand Opens
8:00 P.M. National Anthem
Guest Speaker
Sky Divers
Quilt Drawing by the West Gadsden Historical Society
Awards – Citizens of the Year
Yard of the Year

Lee Leynes 524-2356


CNS 4th of July Celebration & Fireworks
Jul 4, 2011 Monday, July 4, 2011, 6:30 PM - 10 PM
Remington Park, 1304 Remington Ave., Thomasville
Celebrate Independence Day with good old-fashioned fun and activities for the whole family! Enjoy great games, food, and music! And, of course, a fantastic fireworks display beginning at 9:30 PM!

CNS Thomasville, 229-227-7001

July 4th Celebration
Jul 4, 2011 July 4th from 7:30 pm to 10:00 pm
Earle May Boat Basin, Bainbridge
July 4th promises to be another amazing celebration in Bainbridge, Georgia! Food vendors galore, music by Fly By Radio from 7:30-9:30 pm, followed by Southwest Georgia’s largest fireworks display is sure to please all ages from toddlers to adults! So make plans to join us at the Earle May Boat Basin for an evening of music, food, fireworks and southern hospitality at its finest!

Bainbridge CVB 229-243-8555

Valdosta, GA - The Valdosta-Lowndes County Parks and Recreation Authority will host its annual fireworks celebration at 9:30 p.m. tonight.

Participants are encouraged to view the colorful spectacle in the surrounding Valdosta Mall area.

Professional fireworks company Bay Fireworks will be responsible for the event this year, which is expected to last about 30 minutes.

Wild Adventures celebrates Independence Day with its All Fired Up Weekend, which concludes today. The festivities include an evening firework display, sponsored by The Valdosta Daily Times.

Wild Adventures celebrates Independence Day with its All Fired Up Weekend, which concludes today. The festivities include an evening firework display, sponsored by The Valdosta Daily Times.

For more info, call 229-219-7080 or visit www.wildadventures.com


Reed Bingham State Park in Adel will offers park guests a holiday full of fun today.

Activities will include games, live animal shows, arts and crafts, hikes and a campfire with s’mores.

Animal shows will cost $1 and parking is $5 per vehicle.

For more information, call (229) 896-3551


Tallahassee, FL --

The City of Tallahassee is ready to “Celebrate America” with the annual July 4 festival Monday at Tom Brown Park. The event will begin at 5:15 p.m. with the welcoming ceremony, followed by the always-moving naturalization ceremony for new American citizens. This year’s musical entertainment continues the focus started last year on ‘homegrown’ talent with a variety of local musical and fine arts performers. As always, the highlight of the evening will be the spectacular fireworks display, sponsored by City of Tallahassee Your Own Utilities and City Church.

This year’s free music festival, sponsored by Miller Lite/Coors Light, will feature local musical groups, with performances on two stages. Artists scheduled to appear include Johnny Fire, New 76er’s, Dayve Stewart & the Vibe and SoulCreek, among others. Arts and crafts vendors and a variety of tasty treats from local food vendors will be available throughout the event area.

The Celebrate America event also features a special area for children. To beat the heat, kids will enjoy water-based activities including really large slip and slides and other water slides. Arts and crafts, supervised games and bounce houses will be available, too.

StarMetro, the City’s mass transit system, will offer free shuttles to Tom Brown Park from the Koger Office Center beginning at 5 p.m. Passengers are reminded to park at the Koger complex on Capital Circle Southeast, just south of Old St. Augustine Road. Buses will ferry passengers back to Koger once the fireworks show is over later in the evening. The Tallahassee Police Department will close all vehicular access to Tom Brown Park, except for the StarMetro shuttles, at 8:30 p.m. or earlier according to parking availability.

Basic rules for the Celebrate America event include:

· no personal fireworks (including sparklers), grills or personal alcoholic beverages are allowed;

· patrons using the StarMetro shuttle are advised that coolers larger than 12 quarts will not be permitted on buses;

· no animals (except service animals) are permitted on the StarMetro shuttle or at the Celebrate America event;

· both the dog park and disc golf course at Tom Brown Park will be closed throughout the day, beginning at sunrise, on Monday, July 4.

Celebrate America is presented by the City of Tallahassee and is coordinated by the City’s Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Affairs Department (RPNA). For more information, please contact PRNA at 891-3866 or visit Talgov.com/parks.

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