Celebrate Independence Day in Hialeah
June 18, 2012 by Mark
The Independence Day Celebration in Hialeah will take place at Milander Park on July 4 from 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm. This even is presented by the City of Hialeah and Mayor Carlos Hernandez and there is no charge to attend.
The celebration will feature a kids’ zone with games and fun activities, live entertainment featuring acts such as Carlos Oliva and Carolina Ramirez, and, no doubt, food concessions. A laser light show and fireworks display will begin at 9:00 pm. It is more than likely that Hialeah printing companies will be assisting the organizers of the event prepare for Independence Day by offering poster printing, banner printing, and sign printing services. Each area will be decorated in a patriotic theme and banners will probably be hung from the stage. Signage will help people find their way to the event and posters hung around town will inform those who are just visiting of where and when the event is taking place.
This will be the perfect way for the family to celebrate Independence Day together. There is something for everyone and all in attendance will enjoy the fireworks finale. This celebration is just one of the many events taking place in South Florida on July 4. Those who are so inclined can take a short drive to Key Biscane earlier in the day to watch their annual Fourth of July parade, which will feature marching bands, floats, bagpipers, and stilt walkers. The parade begins at 11:00 am and runs from Crandon Boulevard to West Enid. The day’s celebrations will also include a jet flyover and a national anthem singing contest.