PARROTTSVILLE—In what has become a widely anticipated tradition, the Town of Parrottsville’s annual Fireworks Showcase celebration continues to grow each year.
The fun in the state’s third-oldest town begins at 3 p.m. and runs throughout the evening on Saturday July 6.
The day’s festivities kick off with a parade at 3 p.m. through downtown.
The parade begins at Grandview Estates and will run through the town to Parrottsville Elementary School, where most of the day’s fun will be held.
Staging for the parade will begin at 2:30 p.m.
During the afternoon, vendors and booths will be set up at the school, where live music, concessions and beauty pageants will take place.
All vendors will open after the parade, and the pageants will begin at 5 p.m.
Musical entertainment will also kick off around 5 p.m. and continue throughout the evening with performances by the Carson Creek Singers, Kevin Shull and Scott Johnson, the Stone Mountain Band, and others.
Various other attractions, including bounce houses and inflatables, will be offered as well.
The fireworks, which Parrottsville Mayor Dewayne Daniel says will be bigger and better than 2018’s show, will begin at dark.
There will be a minor fee for parking, with all proceeds going to the Parrottsville Volunteer Fire Department.
Bring the family out this weekend to celebrate July 4th with the Town of Parrottsville.