Calvary Baptist will host a service July 4 at 9 a.m. celebrating the nation and freedom.
The public is invited to the service that will feature the Marine Corps League Honor Guard, the community choir and a veteran’s photo wall.
Calvary Baptist’s Sweetwater Campus is located at 3100 Sweetwater Ave.
Childcare will not be provided for this service, as it is intended to be a family service.
For more information, email the office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After the sun goes down, at 9 p.m., look toward Thompson Bay for the Havasu Fourth of July fireworks display
It is recommended that those wishing to view the fireworks up close, stake out a spot early.
The best viewing locations are:
Rotary Park (plenty of free parking, straight view of the fireworks, coolers allowed, no alcohol or pets permitted)
The Nautical Beachfront Resort (on the island, plenty of free parking, coolers and outside alcohol not permitted)
London Bridge Beach (on the island, free parking, coolers allowed)
Thompson Bay (via boat*, please anchor both bow and stern due to winds and current, anchor early as Thompson Bay fills up)
Fireworks will be set off directly across the bay from Lookout Point on Spectator Point (at The Nautical Beachfront Resort).
Tune in to KNTR 980AM for a live simulcast with music set specifically to the fireworks display.
Please leave pets at home. Fireworks are startling to them and can hurt their sensitive ears.
Feature Photo: June Trubia and Lisa Mousel hang military photos on a wall at Calvary Baptist Church in preparation for Tuesday’s 4th of July service. Jillian Danielson/RiverScene