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Coral Springs FL July 4th Celebration 2014

 

It’s time to celebrate the 4th of July in Coral Springs.  This year it’s being held at Mullins Park which is located at 10000 NW 29th St in Coral Springs FL 33065

 Coral Springs July 4th 2014

Where is the celebration being held? 10000 NW 29th St Coral Springs FL 33065

 

When does the fun begin?  It begins at 6:00 p.m on July 4th.

 

When do the fireworks begin?  Get ready to enjoy the show beginning at 9:00 p.m.

 

Does it cost anything to attend?  The admission is free to enjoy the fireworks, music and bounce houses.

 

What about a nearby parking fee?  If you want to park nearby at the Coral Springs Gymnasium, Mullins Park or the Center for the Arts, you’ll have a $3 parking fee.

 

Is there anything that we have to pay for?  There are bargain fees for food and drinks along with participating in any of the children’s craft activities

 

Is there anything that I cannot bring to the celebration?  Yes, be sure to keep your pets, alcoholic beverages and your own fireworks at home, as they won’t be allowed into the festivities. For more information, please call 954-345-2200

 

What is the 4th of July all about?

 

Now that you know all about the details on Coral Springs’ 4th of July celebration, I thought I’d provide a little history and make you think a little about what it really means to have one’s independence, to be free.  

 

You probably don’t think about it much, but it really is a big deal, being free, that is.  It’s one of those things, as Americans, that you take for granted, as it’s just the way it is here living in the United States. Unfortunately, we take way too many things for granted and independence is just one of many things. What we take for granted is a whole other article to elaborate on, I’m sure you’d agree.

 

We first gained our independence on Independence Day, July 4th, 1776 when we declared independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain, now known as the United Kingdom. It’s a federal holiday here in the United States and there are so many ways in which to celebrate; from fireworks, parades, picnics, family & friend gatherings, and so much more. The day is filled with patriotic, flag waving displays. Great ways to thank our lucky stars and stripes!  Enjoy your 4th of July!


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