Richmond Hill Fireworks

Dated: June 30 2015

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Get ready Richmond Hill, Georgia for a great Independence Day celebration at J.F. Gregory Park.  The City of Richmond Hill has announced the their Independence Day Celebration will take place on  Friday, July 3rd from 5:00 to 9:30 p.m.  The festivities will feature live music, a wide variety of food choices including Bar-b-que, grilled sausages, plenty of deserts to satisfy a sweet tooth including: ice cream, smoothies, and shaved ice. There will also be vendors from the weekly farmers market as well as plenty of fun for the kiddos. There will be face painting and inflatable water slides. 

Fireworks are scheduled to begin around 9:00 pm or dark, which ever comes first. Those attending are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs to watch live entertainment and fireworks, as well as change of clothes for the kids. Coolers will be permitted.
Per the City of Richmond Hill, no pets, glass bottles, skate boards/golf carts, or alcoholic beverages will be allowed.
There is no charge for live music, water rides, and fireworks. Parking is available at J.F. Gregory Park area. 

Head over to Richmond Hill, Gerogia and J.F. Gregory park for food, fun, and fireworks on July 3rd from 5:00-9:30 pm.

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Matthew Randolph

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