Independence Day celebrated early with London festival

June 27, 2013 by  

People in London have an early chance to celebrate the birth of their country this weekend, as an annual celebration comes back round.

The ‘Red, White, and Boom’ celebration is staged each year to celebrate Independence Day, and features a number of activities and events for everyone in the family. This year’s festival has all the usual food, fun, and fireworks people have come to expect of it. Poster printing, flyer printing, banner printing, and postcard printing may have been used by the organizers to promote this Independence Day celebration to people in this community and the region.

This year, there are many special activities planned, as well as a host of live music and entertainment. There will be a children’s area featuring huge inflatables, some great kids’ stuff, and new and different activities in which the children can participate. There will be food booths available through the laurel Country Shrine Club and the Laurel-London Optimist Club.

A whole new line up of exciting entertainment has been planned for this special event, which acts as a fundraiser for the service clubs, so proceeds from food purchases will go to a worthy cause.

The event is free to everyone, and will be happening on Saturday, June 29, all day, at the Laurel County Public Library located at 120 College Park Drive in London, Kentucky. To learn more about this event, or to check the schedule of events, please visit the Red, White, and Boom website or call 606-864-5759.