A 4TH OF JULY “MUSIC ON MAIN” STREET – LAKEWOOD RANCH

June 21, 2008

The monthly “MUSIC ON MAIN” concert series falls on Independence Day holiday. The popular Music on Main is held the first Friday of each month falls on the 4th of July this summer. Main Street at Lakewood Ranch is inviting the public to a free Independence Day celebration during Music on Main in July. Lots of red, white and blue will be evident in the many patriotic giveaways that will be handed out for the holiday that night. The day begins with Little Bookworms “bubble wrap fireworks”, story telling by Granny Goose, and arts, crafts, and face painting. The Braden River VFW Post 12055 is the charity that month and they will kick-off the concert festivities with a patriotic parade down Main Street beginning at 6:00 pm featuring a military color guard. The Post Commander will lead the public in the pledge of allegiance before the band starts playing on stage. At 7:00 pm, center stage will feature the talents of “Take Three”, the sounds of the Andrews Sisters singing a tremendous, heart-felt tribute to all four branches of the service. The concert will continue through 9:00 pm when attention will turn to the large screen showing our own version of fireworks – “Virtual Fireworks” – to light up the big screen with an impressive projected fireworks show at dark (approximately 9:20 pm). Plan to spend your 4th of July this year on Main Street with children’s activities starting at 3:00 pm by Little Bookworms and the Music on Main concert beginning at 6:00 pm with “virtual fireworks” starting at 9:20 pm. **Guests are encouraged to bring chairs, but please leave coolers at home. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a short leash. Overflow parking is available at LWR Medial Center across the street. Main Street at Lakewood Ranch – Shopping that’s anything but ordinary Main Street at Lakewood Ranch is the fashionable shopping venue located across from the Lakewood Ranch Medical Center on Lakewood Ranch Blvd. 30 stylish boutiques, restaurants and specialty stores blend to make a visit to Main Street’s intimate, small-town village theme a destination worth repeating. For more information, visit http://www.shoplakewoodranchmainstreet.net.

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