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July 4th Celebration Announced

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The City of Wichita Falls is planning a July 4th celebration filled with fun, food and fireworks!

"4th in the Falls" will be held on July 4th at the MPEC, 1000 5th St. It will start at 6:00 p.m.

Parking and entrance are free.

There will be plenty of activities for the entire family, including:

  • Maskat Shrine Train
  • Zoo 2 You Petting Zoo & Pony Rides
  • Carnival Games
  • Quad-Bungee Jump
  • Inflatable Obstacle Course
  • Clowns
  • Face Painting
  • Magic Shows

There will also be live music and plenty of food.

The fireworks display will begin around 9:15 p.m. over the Wichita River behind the MPEC. Those planning to attend are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets for seating. People are also encouraged to bring a portable radio to tune into patriotic music program that will be synchronized with the show. The program will air on KLUR, 99.9.

"4th in the Falls" is being presented by the City of Wichita Falls and Pride in the Falls.

For more information, call the MPEC at (940) 716-5500.

 

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