Every year, Americans gather to celebrate their independence with fireworks, barbecues, and festive shindigs. It’s an appropriate way to honor the sacrifices that were made and the new opportunities that were given to each and every American.
As a representation of our freedom and the birth of the United States, no Fourth of July should be without fireworks and fun, and that includes for the citizens of Washington Township, NJ.
The highlight of any Fourth of July celebration is always fireworks, and Washington Township knows exactly how to do that. If you’re looking for some entertainment, visit Washington Lake Park or Washington Township High School, where you can see a fireworks display on Friday, July 3at 9 pm. Admission is free and open to the public. There will also be a variety of live bands playing for your enjoyment.
With new funds to hold the annual Fourth of July parade that accompanies the fireworks, the full celebration will begin at Washington Township High School starting at 6:30 pm.
Flags will be handed out to those who participate and glow toys can be purchased for children or those who are interested.
Whether you’re looking for a relaxing evening with friends and family or simply wish to enjoy the bright display presented by the city, it will be memorable night regardless.
In the event of rain, the makeup date is Sunday, July 5. For more information, call 856-589-0520.