Family Style 4th of July Weekend

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Event Details

A traditional celebration of our Nation's birthday, features a barbecue by the Tombstone American Legion and an hour-long fireworks display, sponsored by the Tombstone Lions Club.

Starting at 8:00 a.m.: Softball Tournament, Presenting of the Colors, & Renegade Gem and Mineral Show begins, Pet Costume Contest & Merchants Fashion Show begins, Water Balloon Toss, Pie Eating Contest, Whip Cracking Demonstration, Steve Troncale Lecture, Stick Horse Race, Pet Costume Awards, Watermelon Eating Contest, & Water Bucket Relay Race.

Craft Faire, Quilting "B", Renegade Gem & Mineral Show, Live Music in City Park Gazebo, 12:30 p.m. Parade-6th & Allen Street to 3rd Street

Firework Display at dusk July 4th put on by the Tombstone Fire Dept.

Family Style 4th of July Weekend

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