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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Celebrate 2011 July 4th in Flagler Beach with Fireworks

Fireworks, Floats, Flip Flops, Food and Fun on July 4th, 2011 in Flagler Beach: Get the whole family, bring your shades and get some quality sunscreen and come to Flagler Beach on Monday, July 4 for one of the most popular Independence Day celebrations in Flagler County and Central and Northern Florida.

Sponsored by the Politis Law Firm and hosted by the Flagler Beach Chamber of Commerce, this one-day celebration starts at 9 a.m. with fun scheduled throughout the day. Visitors will line the streets that morning in anticipation of a parade celebrating “the Good Ole Summer Time” (hosted by Flagler Beach Rotary), followed by our Second Annual “Cornhole” competition, as well as watermelon and hot dog eating contests.

At dusk, claim your space to watch a magnificent fireworks display over the Atlantic Ocean.

Last year over 25,000 people joined this beachside holiday tradition. This year in 2011, and there are even more reasons to be there:

10 a.m. Independence Day

11 a.m. “Cornhole” Competition

12 p.m. Watermelon Eatin’ Contest

1 p.m. Tiny Tiki/Lil’ Kahuna Event

2 p.m. Hot Dog Eating Competition sponsored by Chi Dog

3 p.m. Battle of the Bands

9:15 p.m. Fireworks display

The Third Annual Tiny Tiki & Lil’ Kahuna Event for three to five year olds will take center stage in Veterans Park starting at 1 p.m. Watch some of the cutest kids you’ve ever seen dance the hula, share a favorite “surf move” or otherwise entertain while building self esteem and confidence. Every kid is a winner and will receive a goody bag for participating. (Please note advanced registration is necessary. Click here for the application before the June 20 deadline.)

Like live music? Battle of the Bands, will feature six local bands in a competition for bragging rights and cash prizes. The music starts at 3 p.m.

Advance registration forms for vendors, contests and events can be picked up at the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce, or downloaded at

Source: Flagler Chamber news release

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