City to hold fireworks display on 4th
Published 6:35 am Tuesday, June 29, 2010
The City of Bainbridge will host fireworks at the Earle May Boat Basin on Sunday, July 4, for their annual July 4 Celebration. The fireworks show will begin at dark, with Jared Dowdy singing the National Anthem and patriotic music playing while patrons watch the fireworks display.
This year’s celebration will not feature any entertainment, nor will there be food vendors on site, but the City is encouraging people to come, have a picnic dinner and enjoy spending time with family and friends at the Boat Basin before the fireworks begin.
Southwest Georgia’s largest fireworks show is sure to be fun for the entire family, so don’t miss it at the Earle May Boat Basin on July 4!
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City of Bainbridge offices will be closed on Monday, July 5 in observance of Independence Day. Offices will reopen on Tuesday, July 6 with normal operating hours.
Due to the holiday, the city’s garbage collection schedule will be pushed back a day. Those residences that are regularly scheduled for Monday will have their garbage collected on Tuesday, July 6, while those regularly scheduled for Tuesday will have theirs picked up on Wednesday, July 7.
State government offices will observe the holiday on Friday, July 2, while the federal government and Bainbridge College will observe the holiday on July 5.