July 4th 2015 Fireworks and Events in Asheboro – Where to go and What to do

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Happy Birthday, America!

If you’re like me and my family – you are staying local this July 4th holiday. In my opinion, the LAST thing I want to do is share a section of beach with 100,000 of my closest friends. I’ll stay home and celebrate, thank you very much.

But, what to do?  We’ll be attending one of these local activities to commemorate our nation’s birthday:

July 4th:  Once again, there will be fireworks at McCrary Park after the Copperheads game!! The Copperheads will host the Holly Springs Salamanders. The game starts at 7:05 pm. Fireworks commence after the game, usually just after 9 pm. McCrary Park is located in Asheboro at 138 Southway Rd.

July 4th:  Fireworks at Creekside Park in Archdale! There will be family fun with fireworks, live music, craft and food vendors, pony rides, and carnival rides for all ages. Creekside Park is in Archdale, just off South 311.

July 4th:   In Denton from 8AM – 9PM, the 45th Annual Southeast Old Thresher’s Reunion will feature crafts, antique tractors, live music and food, with a fireworks display at dusk.

Whatever you choose to do, I hope it’s filled with fun! Happy Independence Day!

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July 4th 2013 Fireworks in Asheboro, and around Randolph County

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July 4th 2013 Fireworks and fun events in Asheboro and around Randolph County

(Update: for July 4, 2015 events, click here)

It’s that time of year again. You didn’t get to go to the beach this year for the week of July 4th 2013, or the lake with your friends, or even up to Toledo to visit the family. What to do?

Have no fear. There’s still some fun stuff going on around the Asheboro area. You don’t even have to drive very far. Here’s the breakdown:

July 4th:  Fireworks at McCrary Park after the Copperheads game!! The Copperheads will host Catawba Valley. The game starts at 7:05 pm. Fireworks commence after the game, usually just after 9 pm. McCrary Park is located in Asheboro at 138 Southway Rd.

July 4th:  Fireworks at Creekside Park! There will be family fun with fireworks, live music, craft and food vendors, and carnival rides for all ages. Creekside Park is in Archdale, just off South 311.

July 4th:  Randleman Parks and Recreation Department will host:
Fun Day in the Park – Thursday July 4th from 11am until 2pm. Free hot dogs, watermelon, beverages, game’s for the kids and a DJ. Free event!

July 6:   Saturday after 4th, Liberty is hosting Liberty’s July Celebration, downtown Liberty. There will be food vendors, arts, crafts, amusement rides and inflatables, music, and a fireworks show after dark.

Whatever you choose to do, I hope it’s filled with fun! Happy Independence Day, America!