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POST – JULY 1
Fire Chief Jimmy Valdez confirmed the Post Volunteer Fire Department annual fireworks show will be Sunday, July 4 at the City Park. The show will begin at dark. The swimming pool will be open until 6 p.m.
WHITE RIVER – JULY 2
White River Municipal Water District and white river Marina are planning to sponsor 4th of July firework on Friday, July 2 at dusk. Please bring lawn chairs/blankets for viewing of the fireworks. Fireworks will be set off opposite the marina.
SPUR – JULY 4
For the first time in almost a quarter of a century, Spur will have its own fireworks and 4th of July celebration. Swenson Park will play host to an afternoon and evening of celebrations on Sunday, July 4. Proceeds from the event will serve as a fundraiser for the Spur Volunteer Fire Department.
Festivities get underway at 4 p.m. Activities include a Kid Zone with a 2000foot water slide and a bound house with water. Fun for adults include a corn hole tournament. Fireworks get underway at dark.
All activities take place near the baseball field. Please bring lawn chairs/blankets for viewing of the fireworks. Fireworks will be set off in the Spur bonfire location.
Entry is $5. Food can also be purchase. Hot dog plat will be $5 and hamburger place will $10. Kid Zone all day play wristband for $10.
TAHOKA – JULY 3
City of Tahoka will host Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular, on Saturday July 3 at the Tahoka Baseball Complex (South 8th and Ave M). Festivities will begin at 5 p.m. and fireworks at dusk. Food, games, music and more. Bring lawn chairs. Park vehicles in designated area to observe the fireworks.
SLATON – JULY 3
Slaton’s Independence Day Festival will take place on the Town Square. Games, food inflatables, music will begin at 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is hosted by the Slaton Chamber of Commerce.
BUFFALO SPRING LAKE – JULY 5
A fireworks show will take place at 9 p.m. on Monday. there will be equipment and motorcoaches around the lake for viewing, as well as ponies and food.