The City of Pulaski is not having a concert nor a festival in the park this year in conjunction with the annual Independence Day Fireworks event due to the rising impact of COVID-19 on the local community and to keep in alignment with the state and local social distancing protocols.
However, the city will have the fireworks show for Giles County to enjoy with their families on Thursday, July 2nd.
Sharewood Park will be closed to the public, but the city will partner with the WKSR team Butch and Andy to bring everyone a remote feed of the Pre-Show and share the Soundtrack to accompany the fireworks.
Spectators are asked to park vehicles anywhere in the city to see the fireworks and tune their radio dial to WKSR 100.9 or 101.7 and listen to the firework music and pre-show.
There are numerous places throughout the City of Pulaski to witness the splashes of color in the sky and they encourage everyone to find a safe parking spot with their family and friends while maintaining social distancing.
The National Anthem by Lyric Currin, Pledge of Allegiance and the Presentation of Flags by the Giles County Honor Guard and the honorable recognition of local servicemen, and women, and the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for the Freedom will be on WKSR and Pulaski Parks and Recreation Facebook Page
Jeff Jenkins will lead the in prayer immediately preceding the Fireworks.
The July 4th celebration starts at 8:30 p.m.