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4th Of July Fireworks In The Rivertowns For 2018


Dobbs Ferry NY
Dobbs Ferry will be celebrating July 4 in its usual big way with a fireworks display at dark, probably in the vicinity of 9:00 PM. The 2018 Dobbs Ferry fireworks display will be shot off from the north end of Waterfront Park on the Hudson River. Parking permits are required to park in Waterfront Lot, but those permits must be purchased in advance at village hall. Other than parking, this event is open to the general public. Prior to the show the village is also sponsoring the Thomas Cullen Picnic starting at 2:00 PM, also on the waterfront, parking permits required as well. Refreshments for sale or bring your own. Music by Rooney Tunes Entertainment. A great way to enjoy a dinner and the Dobbs Ferry fireworks show might be at one of the waterfront patios at The Half Moon Restaurant.
Dobbs Ferry Fireworks 2018 Link

Irvington NY
July 4th Fireworks will be held for residents and their guests only.
The Village of Irvington and the F.A.C.E Committee will be holding the Annual Irvington Fireworks on Wednesday July 4th, 2018 in Matthiessen Park. The 2018 Irvington Fireworks will begin between 9:00pm and 9:30pm. Park Permits are required. No tents are allowed. All coolers are subject to inspection. Residents are asked to park on the east side of the train tracks to make it easier to leave at the end of the show. If you can’t get in to the park you can try viewing them from the private parking lot owned by Bridge Street Properties. Or make the event really special and book a reservation at Red Hat on The River. The Rain Date for the event will be Saturday September 29th as part of the planned Rocktoberfest Celebration.
Irvington Fireworks 2018 Link

Tarrytown NY
Tarrytown Fireworks – Tarrytown, NY 10591 – July 4th, 2018 (Wednesday)
The Tarrytown Recreation Department will be hosting its 2018 Tarrytown fireworks display in Pierson Park on the Hudson just north of Tarrytown Marina, preceded by a concert by Kick-Start Charlie, which starts at 7pm. Fireworks at dusk (around 9:00 or 9:15). This event is free. A great place for dinner and the show would be one of the three dining venues at Sunset Cove Restaurant.
Tarrytown Fireworks 2018 Link

Sleepy Hollow NY
Sleepy Hollow Fireworks – Sleepy Hollow, NY 10591 – July 4th, 2018 (Wednesday)
8:30- 9:15pm with Fireworks scheduled for dusk. 2018 Sleepy Hollow Fireworks can be seen from Beekman Ave, Kingsland Point Park, Horan’s Landing Park, DeVries Park and Barnhart Park. Carpool or walk as parking is limited (Rain date is Thursday, July 5). Have dinner and watch the fireworks from indoors or out at Hudson Farmer and the Fish, Sleepy Hollows’ newest waterfront restaurant.
Sleepy Hollow Fireworks 2018 Link

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  1. […] UPDATED POST LINK FOR 2018 I’ll admit it. The 4th of July is my favorite holiday of the year. For me it is the official beginning of summer. As a kid growing up in Dobbs Ferry, it was always de rigueur to go down to Waterfront Park, just as it was getting dark, to watch the fireworks. The acoustics of that park are somewhat unique in that when the “bombs are bursting in air” it echoes throughout the steep hills of the village, perhaps off the High Street retaining walls and it sounded like all the metal garbage cans that everybody used to have, were rolling down Main Street all at the same time. We don’t seem to have too many metal cans anymore, but the sounds remain the same. It’s great and aside from the Ferry Festa which also introduces non-residents to Dobbs Ferry, it is a wonderful coming together of the entire village all in one place, for perhaps the only time during the year. I was always a little envious though, of all the boats bobbing out on the Hudson, watching the fireworks from their own private viewing platforms, with their twinkling green and red navigation lights and their clinking wine glasses. Where did they all come from and where do they all go? Now, every year, some 40 years later, while others escape to the supposedly more glamorous Hamptons or the certainly more rustic Adirondacks for July 4th, you will always find me bobbing out on my own private, floating, viewing platform, enjoying the spectacle of my own village, with all the other dedicated lovers of Dobbs Ferry, to celebrate the birth of this nation and the coming, relaxing times of summer. A brief rundown of some of the other great fireworks celebrations in the Rivertowns is as follows: To my knowledge, only Irvington actually requires residency passes to view fireworks from its parks; an always odd rule for such an important national holiday, celebrating freedom. For more information on any 4th of July evening events, contact your local village police department. […]

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