July 4th Fireworks In Haverstraw NY

Dated: July 4 2014

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One of the best local fireworks displays  can be viewed right at the Bowline Point Park in Haverstraw NY.  The fireworks were scheduled for Thursday, July 3, 2014 and then cancelled  due to inclement weather.  The show will now take place on Saturday, July 5, beginning at 9:30 pm at Bowline Point Park and we can't wait!  Last year's display was awesome!    There will also be a concert starting at 7 pm and the park  opens to the general public at 5 pm.
The weather is supposed to be great and it should be a fun time for all!  If you plan on attending, make sure you get there as early as possible as parking is very limited.   It's a win all the way around....great weather, awesome fireworks, music, and the Hudson River!  If you are going to be out boating tomorrow, it's a great view from out on the Hudson River too!  

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Mary Lovera

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