Presented by Politis Law firm and hosted by the Flagler Beach Chamber of Commerce, Flagler Beach’s Fourth of July celebration kicks off at 9 a.m.
As always, visitors will line the streets that morning, to watch a parade commemorating “the Good Ole Summer Time,” hosted by the Flagler Beach Rotary. After, the second-annual cornhole competition will take place, as well as watermelon and hot dog eating contests.
Last year, more than 25,000 people were in attendance for this beachside holiday tradition.
The following is the schedule of events:
10 a.m. Independence Day
11 a.m. Cornhole Competition
12 p.m. Watermelon Eatin’ Contest
1 p.m. Tiny Tiki/Lil’ Kahuna Event
2 p.m. Hot Dog Eating Competition sponsored by Chi Dog
3 p.m. Battle of the Bands
9:15 p.m. FIREWORKS DISPLAY!!!
“Battle of the Bands” is a new event, featuring six local bands in a competition for bragging rights and cash prizes.
For more information, contact the Flagler County Chamber of Commerce & Affiliates at 386-437-0106, or visit www.flaglerchamber.org.
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9 American Legion Flagler Post 115 Meeting
9 Gold Wing Road Riders Association Meeting
9 Sons & Daughters of Italy Meeting
10 Grief Support Group
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
WEEKEND: Donate toys at Holiday at the Beach
Donations for children in need will be collected at Flagler Beach's holiday parade; and, a Grammy winner will be featured this weekend at Hollingsworth.
OUR TOWN: Sheriff graduates second class of 2013
Also: Let's hear it for the Matanzas Women's Club, which raised $5,000 for college scholarships; the holiday boat parade needs captains; and more.
No Shave November Contest
Locals have been growing their facial hair over the past month, but on Nov. 30, they reconvened at Woody's BBQ to pick the best beards and mustaches. November is prostate cancer awareness month and FPC's boys lacrosse team started a local no-shave contest with 30 participants. They raised more than $1,000 for Florida Hospital Flagler.