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Opelika 4th of July celebration

Annual Freedom Celebration
Date: Thursday July 2, 2009
OHS Football Practice Field
Fun begins: 6:30 p.m.

This family night of fun and excitement includes giant inflatable games and activities for the kids, musical entertainment, skydivers, food and the largest fireworks display in the area.

Bring the whole family, a lawn chair or blanket and relax on the grass! 

Enjoy the special musical entertainment provided by
 Summer Breeze - A local band with sounds to please : easy listening from the 60's and 70's, rock 'n roll, rhythm and blues. Summer Breeze plays the hits everyone knows.

Enjoy a picnic supper (food is available for purchase or you can bring your own).

At 7:30 p.m. the amazing Buddy Blue and 3 other Skydivers will bring down the Stars and Stripes when they land on the adjacent baseball field. Earlier in the evening the kids put their name on a paper plate and if a skydiver lands on his plate, that child wins a prize.

Prepare to be amazed at dark with the area's largest and most impressive Fireworks Show.  Don't miss this family
night of fun.

LifeSouth Bloodmobile will be on site. Please donate.

Free to the public.

Source: http://www.opelika.org/Default.asp?ID=31

 

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