News Maker Jeremy Stanford of 4-H on July 4

4-H day camp in a box

After postponing last years Independence Day celebration the Northern Virginia 4-H Educational Center is proud to bring the annual event back.

We spoke with the center’s Executive Director Jeremy  Stanford about what to expect Friday Jul. 2.

The event is free but a donation will be graciously accepted.

Jeremy tells us about what the center has planned and some of the activities.

Here is Jeremy’s interview.

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Independence Day activities around the region

In Front Royal the Colonel James Wood II Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution will offer a special reading of the Declaration of Independence.

The reading will take place at the Warren Heritage Society at 101 Chester Street at 11 a.m. Saturday Jul. 3.

Old Town Winchester has a new event on Sat. Jul. 3 Let Freedom Swing begins at 3 p.m..

Let Freedom Swing features two bands and will be held at the Taylor Pavilion.

Clarke County’s Community Band has a free concert followed by a fireworks displayed.

The event is set for the Ruritan Fairgrounds on Main Street in Berryville starting at 8 p.m. Sat. Jul. 3.

Sherando Park in Stephen City will hold their first Jul. 4 celebration for the first time in two years on Sun.

Click here for Tony Baker’s description of events at Sherando.

In Luray Downtown Get Down feature food, tunes and booms on Sunday Jul. 4 starting at 5 p.m..

Woodstock’s Shenandoah County Fairgrounds opens gates at 8:30 p.m. for their fireworks spectacular on Sun. Jul. 4.

New Market will hold a celebration on Mon. Jul.5 at their community park starting at 5.

A full day of activities will start at 8 a.m. in Middletown on Sun. Jul. 4 click here as Mayor Harbaugh talks of the activities planned.

Above all the River 953 hopes you all have a happy and safe celebration this Independence Day weekend.

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Winchester Park and Recreation summer events

jim barnett indoor pool

Winchester Parks and Recreation announces their summertime events.

This Saturday Jun. 12 you are invite to swim under the stars at Jim Barnett pool from 7 to 11 p.m.

No registration is required for the swim with fun activities and music provided.

Next Sat. Jun. 19 from 7 to 10 a.m. is the Family Day Fishing Rodeo at Wilkins Lake.

Registration for the rodeo can be made through the 18 or the day of the event at the lake call (540) 662-4946 for more information.

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