Wheaton welcomes July 4 with parade, fireworks and “Salute to Service”
WHEATON – The city of Wheaton is planning two days of celebration for Independence Day, including fireworks, activities and a parade under the theme “Salute to Service.”
Wheaton’s Graf Park will be open for picnics, games and music beginning at 5 p.m. July 3. A Civil War reenactment troupe will make camp in the park, answering questions and demonstrating the way of life of the era. Kid-friendly events are planned, including crafts and carnival rides, as well as baggo games for all ages. DJ Gabe Ortiz from Goforit! Entertainment will provide music and concessions will be sold.
A 20-minute fireworks display will end the night about 9:15 p.m.
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