The Fourth of July is just around the corner. Where are the fireworks going to be? Are there other places having a fireworks?
Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival is a two day long event. July 3 at noon begins a pie and ice cream social and a concert at 8 pm. July 4 starts with the Bluegrass 10,000 at 7:30 am, Street festival beginning at 9 am, reading of the Declaration of Independence at 11 am, parade at 2 pm, and the fireworks display starts at 10 pm.
Fort Boonesborough State Park (Richmond, KY) begins their 4 day festivities on July 3 with tours, crafts, camper decoration contest, hayride, parade, and more.
Crossroads Lexington hosts a fireworks display at Evans Orchard and Cider Mill at 6:30 pm.
Azur 3rd of July BBQ and Seafood Boil is on Wednesday, July 3 starting at 8 pm.
Brunch at Alfalfa beginning at 8 am.
Adrenaline has discounted prices for Independence Day starting at 10 am.
Drake’s hosts a hot dog eating contest on July 4 beginning at noon.
Enjoy food, music, and fireworks at Lake Reba (Richmond, KY) on July 4. Festivities begin at 5 pm.
The Lexington Fire Dept. has and will continue to comment about fireworks safety. Remember: If it goes up or blows up, it’s illegal in Lexington.
What’s Open in Hamburg
Target has normal hours.
Walmart has normal hours.
What’s Closed in Hamburg
Costco is closed.
Banks and post offices are closed in observance of the July 4th holiday.
LexTran is operating on an extended Sunday schedule on July 4th.
Trash collected on Thursdays will be picked up on Wednesday, July 3.
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