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Lake Norman’s 2017 Fireworks, Parades and Celebrations

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From nostalgic patriotic parades to community festivals with firework displays to myriad planned and spontaneous raft- up (boat) parties on Lake Norman, there truly is something for everyone here in the greater Lake Norman area this 4th of July. Get out of your home, save gas and have a great time!” I wrote this EIGHT years ago and it is still just as true this year. So, here is the run down on Lake Norman’s 4th of July festivities 2017:

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Lake Norman’s 4th of July Fireworks and Celebrations 2016!

Lake Norman Fireworks and 4th of July Celebrations

 

For 2017 fireworks and events: Lake Norman’s 4th of July Fireworks, Parades and Celebrations 2017

 

From nostalgic patriotic parades to community festivals with firework displays to myriad planned and spontaneous raft- up (boat) parties on Lake Norman, there truly is something for everyone here in the greater Lake Norman area this 4th of July. Get out of your home, save gas and have a great time!” I wrote this SEVEN years ago and it is still just as true this year. So, here is the run down on Lake Norman’s 4th of July festivities 2016:

 

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Lake Norman’s 4th of July Fireworks and Celebrations 2015!

Lake Norman Fireworks and 4th of July Celebrations

 

For 2017 Fireworks, parades and celebrations go to:  Lake Norman’s 4th of July Fireworks and Celebrations 2017

From nostalgic patriotic parades to community festivals with firework displays to myriad planned and spontaneous raft- up (boat) parties on Lake Norman, there truly is something for everyone here in the greater Lake Norman area this 4th of July. Get out of your home, save gas and have a great time!” I wrote this SIX years ago and it is still just as true this year. So, here is the run down on Lake Norman’s 4th of July festivities 2015: Continue reading

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Lake Norman’s 4th of July 2013 Fireworks and Celebrations!

Lake Norman 4th of July 2013

For 2016 Fireworks and Celebrations please go to: Lake Norman’s 4th of July Fireworks and Celebrations 2016!

 From nostalgic patriotic parades to community festivals with firework displays to myriad planned and spontaneous raft- up (boat) parties on Lake Norman, there truly is something for everyone here in the greater Lake Norman area this 4th of July. Get out of your home, save gas and have a great time!” I wrote this FIVE years ago and it is still just as true this year. So, here is the run down on Lake Norman’s 4th of July festivities 2013:

Saturday, June 29th at 11:00am the 9th Annual Troutman Independence Celebration Parade will be held on a 3-mile route from the Iredell County Fair Grounds ending at the Troutman Elementary School. (Highway 21).If you want to experience a slice of true, old-fashion, small-town Americana, this is a must attend parade. The streets are lined with flags, yellow ribbons and folks of all ages, many with signs honoring our military past and present. The parade itself has about 100 entries including floats with United States Veterans from all of our wars, military units, WWII Vehicles, local clubs and civic organizations, beauty queens and just about any thing you can imagine including at least one John Deere Tractor! This year The Military Order of the Purple Heart/Wounded Warriors veterans will serve as the Grand Marshals. What a great way to honor those who have given so much for our country! Again this year the parade is followed from 5:30-9:30 pm by the Troutman Independence Day Festival at the fairgrounds and ending with a breathtaking fireworks display at 9:30!

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Lake Norman’s 4th of July 2012 Fireworks and Celebrations!

 

For July 4th 2016 events go to:  Lake Norman’s 2016 4th of July Fireworks and Celebrations

From nostalgic patriotic parades to community festivals with firework displays to myriad planned and spontaneous raft- up (boat) parties on Lake Norman, there truly is something for everyone here in the greater Lake Norman area this 4th of July. Get out of your home, save gas and have a great time!”  I wrote this FOUR years ago and it is still just as true this year.  So, here is the run down on Lake Norman’s 4th of July festivities 2012: Continue reading

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Lake Norman’s 4th of July 2011; Lots of Ways to Celebrate!

 

Lake Norman 4th of July fireworks

 

 ***Looking for July 4th 2012 celebrations?   Lake Norman 4th of July 2012 Fireworks and Celebrations.

“From nostalgic patriotic parades to community festivals with firework displays to myriad planned and spontaneous raft- up (boat) parties on Lake Norman, there truly is something for everyone here in the greater Lake Norman area this 4th of July. Get out of your home, save gas and have a great time!”  I wrote this three years ago and it is still just as true this year.  So, here is the run down on Lake Norman’s 4th of July festivities 2011: Continue reading

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Lake Norman 4th of July 2010: Plenty of Ways to Celebrate!

 Lake Norman Fireworks

 Note, for 2011 Lake Norman 4th of July events, please go to:  Lake Norman Real Estate’s 4th of July 2011 !

“From nostalgic patriotic parades to community festivals with firework displays to myriad planned and spontaneous raft- up (boat) parties on Lake Norman, there truly is something for everyone here in the greater Lake Norman area this 4th of July. Get out of your home, save gas and have a great time!”  I wrote this two years ago and it is still just as true this year.  So, here is the run down on Lake Norman’s 4th of July festivities 2010:

Saturday, July 3rd at 11:00am the 6th Annual Iredell County Independence Day Parade will be held on a 3-mile route from the Iredell County Fair Grounds ending at the Troutman Elementary School.  (Highway 21).If you want to experience a slice of true small-town Americana, this is a must attend parade.  The streets are lined with flags, yellow ribbons and folks of all ages, many with signs honoring our military past and present.  The parade itself  has over one hundred entries including floats with United States Veterans from all of our wars, local clubs and civic organizations, beauty queens and just about any thing you can imagine including at least one John Deere Tractor!  This year the Gold Star Mothers will be leading the way as the Grand Marshalls. Gold Star Mothers are those that have lost a son or daughter during their service to the United States. Continue reading

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