WESTFIELD TO HOLD FIREWORKS CELEBRATION ON JUNE 26th
Celebration of Community at Westfield Middle School Returns After Two-Year Hiatus
WESTFIELD- Mayor Michael A. McCabe announced that the City will hold its annual “Fireworks for Freedom” celebration on Sunday, June 26th, at Westfield South Middle School Field on West Silver Street. The event represents a return to traditional celebration of the 4th of July holiday with musical entertainment from Korey & The Knightsmen, food vendors, and a fireworks show from Atlas Pyrotechnics.
The event is being generously presented by Westfield Bank, Westfield Gas & Electric/Whip City Fiber, and by the Friends of the Westfield 350th Anniversary.
“We are thrilled to bring this celebration of our nation back to the City,” said Mayor Mike McCabe, “I am looking forward to a fun and safe event, and we extend our thanks to the sponsors, community partners and City departments that are making this year’s ‘Fireworks for Freedom’ possible.”
The Middle School lawn will be open at 5:00 pm that evening. The Mayor thanks the Westfield Police Department, Fire Department, Department of Public Works, the Greater Westfield Boys & Girls Club, and the Westfield Public Schools for their contributions to this event.
For information on being a vendor or any other questions, please contact Peter Miller at (413) 572-6246.