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Details for City of Prattville 4th of July events

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From the City of Prattville: 

It’s almost time for the City of Prattville’s 15th annual 4th of July Celebration and patrons can expect that the holiday will definitely go off with a bang!

This year’s 4th of July Parade theme is “Salute to Law Enforcement Personnel.” The parade beings at 9 a.m. at the Autauga County Courthouse and will end at Stanley-Jensen Stadium. Float participants are encouraged to decorate their entries with patriotic colors. Children on bikes, tricycles and scooters are also invited to participate in this family-fun parade.

Grand marshals for this year’s parade are all current and retired Autauga County and City of Prattville law enforcement employees.

The annual Lion’s Club Bar-B-Q and Camp Stew Sale will take place at Pratt Park at 10 a.m. There will be music, a patriotic program, bake sale and arts and crafts. This year a children’s fun area will be featured, and the Pratt Pool will be open for public swimming from 1pm-3pm.

The annual “Cardboard Boat Races”, sponsored by the Parks and Rec. Dept., begin at 10 am, with teams creating their competition boats out of cardboard and duct tape. Prizes include: Longest floating boat, the Titanic award for most dramatic sink, most creative and more.

For information, call 595-0800.

The annual fireworks presentation will be held at Stanley Jensen stadium. Gates open at 6pm with a concert by the band “CREATIVITY.” A children’s area with inflatable slides and bounce houses will also be on site. Fireworks begin at dark.

The admission to this spectacular event is FREE and the public is encouraged to bring blankets and lawn chairs. NO pets or bottles allowed.

For more information call the Parks and Recreation Department at (334) 595-0800.

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