Norwich Harbor fireworks festival is July 3
Norwich — The annual July 4 fireworks festival will be held Wednesday evening at Norwich Harbor, with fireworks scheduled to be launched at about 9 p.m.
The accompanying festival will begin at 5 p.m. at Howard T. Brown Memorial Park, with the live band Big Dawg Isaac performing until 8 p.m. Food trucks, a live broadcast by Hall Communications, face painting and novelty vendors will set up in and near the park.
The following food trucks will be in attendance: Creamery Brook Bison, Del’s Lemonade, Go Truck Yourself Kitchen, Keifer’s Kettle Korn, NoRA Cupcake Company, Nutmeg Concessions, Robin’s Ice Cream, Special Event Merchandising, Super Smiley’s Hop House, and Uncle D’s Blazin’ BBQ.
Bring chairs or blankets.
This is the third year Norwich Events Organization has organized and paid for the Norwich Harbor Fireworks.
“This free event gives the community a chance to enjoy the beauty of Howard Brown Park and the Harbor while providing a gathering ground to spend time with family and friends for the 4th of July,” Norwich Events Organization Chairwoman Rebecca Alberts said in a press release. “This year promises to be a fun evening with music, food and fireworks.”
Public parking is available along city streets and at the Main Street garage, 70 Main St., the Market Street garage, the Norwich Transportation Center, 10 Falls Avenue, and the viaduct parking lot at 28 Viaduct St.
The rain date for this event is July 6.
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