4th Of July Activites In Nanuet

Dated: July 2 2014

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Get ready for fireworks and a concert Clarkstown residence.  Thursday, July 3rd at the Nanuet High School, 103 Church St., Nanuet you can enjoy a great family night.  Starting at 6pm-9pm there will be inflatable bouncers, at 7:15-7:45 the Rockland County Radio Control Club will be giving a flying demonstration, followed at 8pm with a concert by the group "Showtime Dance Band".  This concert will be featuring Motown and  Pop & Rock.  To end the evening, fireworks will light up the sky!!  There will be refreshments there for purchase, so if you get a little hungry or thirsty, you will be all set. If the weather does not cooperate, the concert will be held in the Nanuet High School auditorium and the fireworks will be postponed to Wed. July 9th.  Let's hope for some good weather, sounds like a great night!

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Kacy Coyle Dow

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