Florham Park July Fourth Celebration

Dated: 06/22/2012

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Undoubtedly the BEST event in Morris County - Florham Park's July 4th Celebration starts off with a 9:00 am Flag Raising ceremony at the Firehouse on Brooklake Road. The parade follows promptly at 9:30 - RAIN or SHINE. The parade starts at Ridgedale Ave and Brooklake Road - get there early and bring your lawn chairs!  Festivities - the family picnic located at the Borough Hall Lawn begins at 10:30 am and runs until 3:30.  For kids, there are lots of games and food - Dun Tank, Hammer Ball, Monster Wave Slide plus a Petting Zoo (just to name a few). For the adults, there is the Social Garden where you must be 21 or older to enter plus you need to purchase a commemorative mug before entering.

The evening FIREWORKS show starts at 9:30pm at Emmett Field. For those of you who have never attended, the Florham Park Fireworks display has a true professional quality to it. There is a rain date of July 7th just in case the weather does not cooperate. 

Rotary of Florham Park sets up their annual stand with 50/50 tickets and membership information for those interested in joining Rotary International.

Let's thank all the volunteers and employees that help make this a spectacular family event! Don't miss out - July 4th Florham Park Celebration.

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