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Independence Day celebrations in your area

SOURCE: Viewer Photo- Ricky Rushing SOURCE: Viewer Photo- Ricky Rushing


4th of July Parade- This event will begin at 10 a.m. and all are welcome. Decorate your vehicle, bike, golf cart or float and join the independence celebration! The 4th of July Parade will start at the First Baptist Church and end at the Veterans Memorial. It's being sponsored by: Daughters of the American Revolution, in conjunction with the City of Andalusia.


Independence Day Celebration Dr. arthur and Dr. Martha Pappas Recreation Complex- Riley-Pappas Performance will be celebrated on Thursday July 3, with a rain make-up day of July 6. Here is a list of events and times.

Pavilion 6:15 PM Grand Entrance American Legion Tuttle Post 6:30 PM Opening remarks 7:00 PM Outriggers Concert Sponsored by Hometown Bank 8:00 PM Town/Group Photo to Celebrate Auburn. Flagtown history 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM Food

These events will include* Vendors * Kids Games * Rock

Climbing Wall * Train Rides * Decorate your bike contest * Face painting * Petting Zoo * Pony Rides * Free Ping Pong* * Rock and Roll Racing * Fireworks show scheduled for 9:30 PM

There will be a Free WRTA Shuttle Service Pick Up From: Pakachoag School, Senior Center, Auburn Mall.


The Cloverdale-Idlewild Association will be holding its annual Fourth of July parade and band party. The parade will start at 2 p.m. at the corner of Lexington and Plymouth and finish at the Cloverdale Bottom Park. Everyone is welcome to participate in the parade. Decorate your bikes, cars, scooters, strollers, wagons, riding lawnmowers and your pets and join in the parade.

The band Something Delicious will play from 6 to 10 p.m. at the gazebo in the Cloverdale Bottom Park (intersection of Cloverdale Rd. and Ponce de Leon).


Celebrate America- This year's fourth of July Celebration is being held at Greenville High School Stadium. gates will open at 6 p.m. and fireworks will begin at 9 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. There will be music by WDAM's "Dr. Sam", food and craft vendors, air jumps, games and more.


Fourth of July Picnic on the River- Events begin with a Dreamland rib eating competition at 5 p.m. Then along the amphitheater there will be a LIVE performance from King Bee at 6 p.m. and at 7:15 a LIVE performance from Federal Expressions. There will be food vendors, inflatable's and the largest fireworks show to date following the Biscuits Game.


Fourth of July Celebration- Sponsored by Opelika Parks and Recreation, this annual Independence Day celebration attracts kids of all ages to a major fireworks display and live entertainment at the Opelika High School Baseball Field. For more information, contact Opelika Parks and Recreation.

Pike Road:

The Pike Road Civic and Community Clubs will host a parade that will travel throughout the historic district located along Pike Road. Participation in the parade is open to the public and the theme for entries is "Symbols of Freedom." Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. at Pike Road Baptist Church, with the parade beginning at 10:00 a.m. For more details on the parade, contact parade chairman, David Livingston by calling (334) 657-2013 or (334) 281-6306.

Summer Fest will be held at The Waters on Marler Road beginning at 5 p.m. Gates will open at 4:30 p.m. and admission is $10 per vehicle. This year's Summer Fest will feature food, family friendly fun and fireworks. Attendees are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chairs to enjoy live music by Brandon Self and the Outlaw Revival.


13th annual Independence Day Celebration- Beginning at 9 a.m. family members of all ages will enjoy the fire engines, candy, floats, and more. This year's Grand Marshals are our Gulf War Veterans, Desert Shield/Desert Storm. Streets downtown will be closed along parade route.

After the parade, join the fun at the annual Lion's Club BBQ and Camp Stew Sale at Pratt Park. Music, a patriotic program, a children's fun area and lots of arts and crafts. 10 am – 3:00 p.m. Free admission.

The Annual Cardboard Boat Races begins at 10 a.m., with teams creating their competition boats out of cardboard and duct tape. Prizes include: Longest floating boat, the Titanic award for the most dramatic sink and Most Creative.


July 4th Bar-B-Que Boston Butt Sale- Benefiting Lowndes Academy Softball Team and sponsored by the Churches of Lowndesboro. This is First Come-First Serve and all sales begin at 7 am at the Ruby S. Moore Park. 30.00 each


The City of Troy will sponsor the annual Fourth of July Fireworks Display at approximately 8:30 p.m. The recommended viewing area is Veteran's Memorial Stadium, but the fireworks can be seen all over Troy and Pike County.


Birthday celebration of the United States of America and the Founding of Tuskegee University- There will be an all day picnic, BBQ and boating (with your own boat). A ceremony will be held at Tuskegee University beginning at 9 a.m., then a ceremony at Ashdale Cemetery/ The Gravesite of Lewis Adams. At 11 a.m. A flag raising ceremony at Lake Tuskegee with fun at Lake Tuskegee.

From 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Music with the Grasshopper, immediately followed by a talent show lasting until 7p.m. The Seventh Wonder will perform at 7pm. followed by Ms. Peggy Scott. Finally a fireworks show at Lake Tuskegee.


Fourth of July Celebration- The fun will begin with Kim Armstrong's, "A Popular Dance" at 6 p.m. "Wishbone" the band at 7 p.m. and a fireworks display sponsored by Wind Creek Hospitality. All events will take place at Gold Star Park.

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