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Posted on: June 29, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Independence Day Celebration at Two Rivers Park

Independence Day Celebration at Two Rivers Park

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Join the City of Glenwood Springs as we celebrate Independence Day in Two Rivers Park on Monday, July 4 from 4:30-9:30 p.m. Festival entry is free and many of the amenities are complimentary. Attendees can enjoy bounce houses, axe throwing, food vendors, face-painting, lawn games, live entertainment, and more! Two live bands will play beginning at 6 p.m. and the laser show will begin at approximately 9 p.m.


“It’s going to be a fun day and is an excellent way to join your community, have some fun, and share your red, white, and blue,” said Recreation Manager Steve Frederick. “With food, music, activities and friends, this is a community event you don’t want to miss.”


There is very limited parking at Two Rivers Park and is first come, first serve. Carpooling, biking, or parking and walking is highly recommended. The closest row of parking stalls will be dedicated to ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) parking only. For safety purposes, fireworks, pets, smoking, firearms/weapons of any kind, glass containers, and soliciting are strictly prohibited and security will be enforced.


Band Line-up:

6-7 p.m. – Hwy 82

7:30-9 p.m. – Damian Smith and the True Story Band


City Hall Closed July 4

In observance of Independence Day, Glenwood Springs City Hall, Community Art Center, South Canyon Landfill and the Recycle Center will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2022. Staff functions that serve the community in emergency or 24-hour capacities remain in operation as needed, and administrative offices of such departments are closed. Each facility will resume normal business hours on Tuesday, July 5.


Fireworks Ban Reminder

Due to high fire danger, the City of Glenwood Springs issued an administrative order temporarily prohibiting the private use, sale, and possession of fireworks that is in effect until November 1, 2022 unless otherwise terminated or extended by the City Manager or City Council. Additionally, a prohibition on firework use, possession, and sale in unincorporated Garfield County is in effect through April 2023 due to severe drought conditions in the area.



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