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3rd & 4th of July Fireworks in Milwaukee County Parks

June 29, 2009

US Bank invites the public to attend the spectacular July 3rd fireworks show at Veteran’s Park on the lakefront that begins at dusk (approx. 9:30pm). The skies will light over the lakefront in Milwaukee for 60 minutes of visual wonderment and pyrotechnic explosions extraordinaire.

US Bank is pleased to present this event, a long-time tradition for Milwaukee area families. Food and concessions will be available. At 11am the annual Fireworks Kite Festival in Veterans Park will begin with all kite fliers welcome and continue through 7pm until the fireworks begin. Kites will color the sky throughout the day. Many kite performers like Dan Jones and his giant 4-line Revolution kite will be on hand performing, along with the giant kites of Yves LaForest, and many other kite flyers.

Additionally, neighborhood committees have announced 4th of July festival celebrations themed, “America – A Land of Beauty,” held on Saturday, July 4th in the following Milwaukee County Parks:

 

Alcott Park……….fireworks ground display………….9:15pm

Gordon Park……...fireworks…………………………..9:15pm

Humboldt Park……fireworks………………………….9:15pm

Lake Park…………fireworks………………………… 9:15pm

Lincoln Park….…..fireworks…………………………..9:15pm

McGovern Park…..no fireworks

Mitchell Park……..fireworks…………………………..9:15pm

Noyes Park……….fireworks…………………………..9:15pm

Sherman Park……..no fireworks

Washington Park.…fireworks…………………………..9:15pm

Wilson Park……….fireworks…………………………. 9:15pm.

 

For more information call (414) 257-PARK or go to www.mkedcd.org/july4th.

 

 

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