Both Jefferson County and Berkeley County are gearing up for their Fourth of July celebrations in just a few days! This year, fireworks and festivals are planned for Martinsburg in War Memorial Park and Jefferson County in Sam Michael's Park. Eastern Panhandle residents are sure to find something for everyone to enjoy at these Independence Day celebrations as each event will include fireworks, food, entertainment and fun. Below are the details for these great Fourth of July events in Jefferson and Berkeley County:
Martinsburg Annual 4th of July Celebration
July 4, 2014; 12 PM to 9 PM
War Memorial Park
The City of Martinsburg will hold its annual Fourth of July event in War Memorial Park this year on July 4 from 12 PM through its fireworks display after 9 PM. The fireworks are set to launch from the same location in Townsend Field and will be visible for all to enjoy throughout the park. Picnic areas are available as well as public swimming from noon to 5 PM at the War Memorial Pool. The concessions and mini golf course will also be open from 11 AM to 9 PM. The fireworks show will begin at 9:30 PM.
Jefferson County Fireworks
July 5, 2014; 2 PM to 10 PM
Sam Michael's Park
Shenandoah Junction, WV
The Jefferson County Fireworks will go on this year at Sam Michael's Park in Shenandoah Junction. Gates for the event will open at 5 PM and the fireworks show will kick off at dusk, approximately 9 PM. This year the event will also include live music, great food, local vendors, family fun and business alley. With the help of supporters and donations throughout the year, the event's organizers are confident this year's display will be bigger and better than the last. If you're searching for a Fourth of July event to attend with your family, be sure to mark this on your calendar!
The Fourth of July on the Eastern Panhandle offers residents and visitors alike the chance to participate in the community and support local vendors, not to mention enjoy highly-anticipated fireworks displays. The communities of Harpers Ferry, Charles Town, Ranson, Shepherdstown, Martinsburg, Inwood, Falling Waters or Hedgesville come together each year to put on events that make Jefferson County and Berkeley County wonderful places to live.
If you're already a resident on the Eastern Panhandle but are looking to move to a new home this year, the Kable Team would love to help! Contact us today for more information on the current real estate market in our area.
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