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Lockport's Independence Day Parade will be held Thursday at 6 p.m. The parade route will start at the Lockport High School and travel down Locust Street to the City Center.

According to City Clerk Richelle Pasceri, the parade is expected to have the highest participation ever.

The city's fireworks display will once again be at Outwater Park. The fireworks will be shot off from North Park Junior High School beginning around dusk on Friday.


The patriotic fun begins Thursday in Olcott with Newfane's annual fireworks over Lake Ontario beginning at 10 p.m. with fireworks being shot off the west pier.

The light spectacular is best viewed from Lake Ontario Shoreline, Krull Park, and Olcott. The mirror image of the fireworks against the waters double the visual pleasure of this show. Boats sailing and motoring along the lake only add to the visual effect.

Friday brings the annual Patriot's Parade, also in Olcott. The town suggests that you dress up in red, white and blue and decorate your bikes and wagons. Meet at Krull Park overlook in the north park by noon and march to Olcott Beach Carousel Park. Free ice cream and ride ticket for participants. Free fun for spectators.

Saturday, the fun continues with face painting in the Lakeview Village Shoppes. Kids, bring in your report card and receive free face paint! Then stay for a movie shown right on the boardwalk.


Royalton's festivities begin at 6 p.m. on Friday with the annual parade starting at the Hartland Bible Church. The parade route will travel east on West Avenue, south on Main Street, east on Park Avenue, north on Central Avenue, east on Maplewood Avenue, north on Mack Avenue, west on East Avenue, north on Central Avenue, then west on State Street back to the church.

That will leave plenty of time to get to Royalton Ravine Park before the 10 p.m. fireworks. However, festivities begin when the park opens to parking at 7 p.m. For those who don't want to fight for parking, buses will run from Terry's Corners Fire Hall and Gasport Fire Hall at 7 p.m., as well.

Food vendors will be set up in the park and ready to go at 7 p.m., including ice cream, fried dough, pizza, popcorn, barbeque, slushies, coffee drinks, lemonade, cotton candy, roast beef, chicken fingers, sausage, hot dogs and burgers.

On stage, Last Call will perform beginning around 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m., followed by Jonesie and the Firecrackers, who will play until fireworks begin at 10 p.m.

For families and those who don't care for live music, a movie will be shown beginning at 7:30 p.m. near Shelter #2.

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