Looking for a fun way to celebrate the fourth of July this year? OTELCO has got you covered with a compilation of Independence day events throughout all of our footprints. Whether you are looking for fireworks in Alabama, or want to see a parade in Maine, we know of a place you can go.
Cullman: Fireworks Over Cullman
At 9:00 pm on July 4th the town of Cullman will be shooting off fireworks over the Heritage Park soccer fields. Watch from the fields or from your car. The town asks that viewers practice social distancing and will be holding a live broadcast on WKUL 82.1
Guntersville: Fireworks Over Lake Guntersville
On Thursday, July 4th, there will be free fireworks at Civitan Park. Fireworks will be booming over Lake Guntersville starting at 9:00 pm. The best place to view the fireworks will be at the park and along Lurleen B. Wallace Dr. from your car.
Burlington: 4th of July Parade
The Town of Burlington’s 4th of July Parade has been approved with the stipulation all comply to Governor Mills Guidelines. The town is asking that everybody remain in their cars if possible and to have a mask on hand if you cannot maintain social distancing. The parade will start at 10:30 am. Anyone participating should be at the top of hill at 9:30 am.
Farmington: 4th of July Parade
The theme will be Serving Humanity. Floats and vehicles line up in the UMF Parking lot behind the Dining Hall on High Street. The route will be up High St., down Broadway, then left on Main St., and left on South St. Judging for award will begin at 9:30 am. There is no fee to participate. Chamber Bucks will be awarded to 1st and 2nd place winners in each category. For more information and to register please contact Michael Cormier at 207-779-0242 or #ob#pbezvre48#at#tznvy.pbz#ob#.
Houlton:4th of July People Parade
This year, to keep everyone safe and happy, Houlton is putting you in the driver’s seat with their People Parade. Everyone in the community is invited to join the town’s annual parade around “Independence Loop.” There will be no floats, only cars ad trucks decorated by you! (No walking, ATV’s, etc.). Follow this link to learn how you can participate or watch this year’s People Parade!
Millinocket: Millinocket Independence Day Fireworks
Fireworks will be full seeing over the Ski-tow area at Sterns Athletic Complex. The show will start between 8:30 – 9:15 pm. To ensure the safety of all, the town of Millinocket is asking that citizens please view the fireworks from their home or vehicle if possible. If citizens are gathering in various locations around town for better viewing, please follow the CDC guidelines of social distancing.
Arrow Rock: Fourth of July Impromptu Parade and Village Cookout and Pot Luck
Come one, come all to the Arrow Rock Fourth of July Impromptu Parade. This charming slice of America welcomes everyone who wants to join in the fun. Decorate your car, tractor, bike, dog, horse, goat, golf cart, self … or join our kazoo band (no experience required) and parade down Main Street. We need spectators, too! Paraders, line up near the Old Schoolhouse by 10:45. The parade begins at 11 a.m. and travels the length of Main Street with a grand finale performance by the kazoo band in front of the Arrow Rock Boardwalk. There will also be a 6:00 PM cookout and potluck at the State Park Shelter. Bring your favorite side dish or dessert. Bratwurst and fixin’s provided by Experience Arrow Rock.
Clinton: Old Glory Days Fireworks
Missouri’s Premiere Fourth of July festival will only have the fireworks on Friday, July 3rd, 2020 at 9:30 pm
Holden: Fireworks in City Park
There will be a fireworks display over the City Park once it is dark enough.
Sedalia: 4th of July Celebration
Sedalia will be hosting their annual Independence Day celebration all over town. There will be a parade through downtown, a community picnic at Centennial Park, Events at the
Grandstand, and Fireworks. For more information, you can go online, or call Amy Epple at 660 851 7675.
Tipton: Fireworks Display
Tipton will be holding Fireworks on July 3, from 9:00 – 10:00 pm, at the Tipton Country Club. For more information, click here.
Warrennsburg: 4th of July Patriotic Children’s Parade
Warrensburg Main Street is excited to host their 4th of July Patriotic Children’s Parade. The Parade will take place down Holden Street this year. So start decorating your wagons, trikes, bikes, pets, or even yourself and be part of our Parade.
Fireworks at dusk over the park.