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Celebrate Independence Day in Woodstock!

Since July 4 falls on a Sunday this year, Independence Day will be observed on Monday, July 5, by the federal government and by the State of Georgia. Annual observances in the City of Woodstock will take place on July 5 as well. Local celebrations will include a parade, a festival, and fireworks at dusk.

Monday - July 5, 2021
Freedom Run - 7:15am
The 25th Annual Freedom Run 5K, 1 Mile, and Tot Trot
Beginning at 7:00am, Main Street will be closed for the Freedom Run, which starts at 7:15am. Distance options include a 5K, a 1-Mile, and a Tot Trot. More information is available at WoodstockFreedomRun.com or ItsYourRace.com.

Festival - 11:00am–3:00pm
The Park at City Center
101 Arnold Mill Road, Woodstock
A festival will take place in The Park at City Center from 11:00am-3:00pm. There will be food vendors, arts and crafts vendors, children's games and activities, and a DJ.

Parade - 10:00am
Streets will reopen from 8:45-9:45am. The parade will begin at 10:00am at Woodstock Elementary School and will travel south through downtown Woodstock to the Sam's Club parking lot near Main Street and Highway 92. Main Street will reopen at 11:30am. Visit WoodstockGa.gov for parade map and road closures.

Fireworks - Dusk
Behind Lowes Shopping Center (Highway 92 near I-575)
At dusk, the City of Woodstock will host a fantastic fireworks celebration in the area of Molly Lane and Highway 92 near I-575. Traffic plans for those wishing to park in the area around Target, Home Depot, Lowes, His Hands Church, and BJs are available in the Special Events section of WoodstockParksAndRec.com.

The Continental Congress actually voted for Independence on July 2, 1776. John Adams noted in his writings that July 2 should be marked "with pomp and parade...from one end of this continent to the other." He would turn down invitations to celebrations on July 4, believing that July 2 was the correct date for celebration.

A few people have been confused and some even confounded by observances taking place on July 5. While those people are in good company historically, we hope it won't keep them from joining the celebrations like it did for one particular esteemed forefather.

For more information on the July 4th Spectacular, visit WoodstockParksAndRec.com. 

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