The City of Lamar, Colorado is gearing up for its annual Independence Day celebration, including a holiday schedule and fireworks display. As the holiday approaches, the city has released information about the schedule and events that will take place on July 4th.
The city offices, including the Community Building and the Public Library, will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day. Offices will reopen on Wednesday, July 5th.
However, residents and visitors can still enjoy the holiday by attending the annual fireworks display, which the Lamar Fire Department will put on. The fireworks show will take place at the Prowers County Fairgrounds on July 4th and will begin at dusk. The show will last approximately 20 minutes and highlight the day’s festivities.
The Lamar Fire Department has been putting on the annual fireworks display for years, and it has become a beloved tradition for the community. The show is known for its impressive pyrotechnics and ability to unite people for a fun and festive celebration of Independence Day.
In addition to the fireworks display, there will be other activities taking place in Lamar on July 4th. The “Faith, Family, and Fireworks 4 Everyone” event will be held at the First Baptist Church and will include food, live music, a car show, and of course, fireworks.
Residents and visitors must be safe and responsible during the holiday celebrations. The city of Lamar has released a list of legal and illegal fireworks for the community to reference. Unlawful fireworks include bottle rockets, firecrackers, mortars, and Roman candles. Legal fireworks include fountains, ground spinners, smoke bombs, and sparklers.
Overall, the City of Lamar is excited to celebrate Independence Day with its residents and visitors. The holiday schedule and fireworks display will be a highlight of the day’s festivities, and the community is looking forward to coming together to celebrate the birth of our nation.