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4Th Of July 2017
Area residents can take advantage of Independence Day celebrations in Pearland, Alvin and Friendswood on Thursday, July 4.
"The city of Pearland Parks and Recreation department hosted its inaugural Celebration of Freedom 20 years ago," resource development manager Carry Capers said. "The purpose of the event was to unite the community, celebrate the men and women that protect our freedom, and to celebrate America's birthday."
The free, family friendly event will kick off with a military salute presented by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7109. The celebration will include music by the Texas Unlimited Band and strolling entertainers such as stilt walkers and jugglers and a variety of children's activities. Festivities conclude with a 20-minute fireworks display.
"There will also be inflatable moonwalks and slides for the kids, craft vendors and face painting," Capers said.
Attendees are welcome to bring picnic dinners or purchase concessions at the event. Free on-site parking will be available. Free shuttle service from Turner College and Career High School, 4717 Bailey Road, to the stadium will also be provided.
For information, call the Pearland Parks and Recreation Special Events Division at 281-412-8900, visit www.pearlandparks.com or, connect with Pearland Parks and Recreation on Facebook.
Alvin Parks and Recreation will host its annual July Fourth Celebration at 7:30 p.m. at Alvin Community College, 3110 Mustang Road. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and enjoy music performed by a local band, followed by a fireworks display at 9 p.m. For information, call 281-388-4299 or visit www.alvin-tx.gov.
Friendswood will kick off its daylong 118th Fourth of July Celebration with the 10 a.m. Grand Parade, departing from the corner of FM 518 and Heritage Drive, traveling down Friendswood Drive and ending at Stevenson Park, 1100 S. Friendswood Drive. The theme is "You're a Grand Old Flag."
The celebration continues until 3:30 p.m. at the park with more than 50 vendors, entertainment, rides and games.
The city will also host a 7:30 p.m. program at Centennial Park, 2200 S. Friendswood Drive, featuring the Matchmaker Band, a 10-piece Motown/soul/funk/dance band. Fireworks are scheduled to begin at 9:20 p.m.
Parking will not be available at Centennial, but a free shuttle service will be offered from Clear Brook and Friendswood high schools.
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