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An Old Fashioned 4th of July
Join your friends and neighbors for an old fashioned celebration of the Fourth of July. Festivities begin at 9:00 a.m. in Taylor Park, with the flag raising and the awarding of the Patriot Award to Millburn's 2011 patriot, John Dalton. The award will be followed at 10:00 by the ever-popular contest and parade for decorated bikes. trikes, and strollers, the skills competition, and the girls' all-star softball game.
An afternoon of fantastic family fun begins at 11:00 in Taylor Park, with games, amusement rides, pony rides, duck races, face painting, a Revolutionary War encampment and much more.
The spectacular evening of fireworks at Millburn High School will be heralded by Millburn's longtime favorite D.J., Krazy Kat. Gates open at 7:00 and the fireworks begin at 9:00.
Tickets can be purchased for a reduced price of $10 before the Fourth, or $12 on the day of the event; tickets for the fireworks only are $5. Tickets can be purchased at the Millburn Deli, Futter's Shoes, Buncher's Hardware, Michael's Barber Shop, La Strada, Splurge Bakery, town hall, or at the gate(s).
Note: The rain date is July 5, 2011
More About Taylor Park
Taylor Park is a 16-acre park nestled in the downtown area of Millburn. It features recreational facilities including ball fields, tennis and basketball courts. Also, there are walking paths, a pond and a playground. Additionally, the town's Bauer Community Center is located inside the park.