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Celebrate the 4th in Faith

Known as one of the “biggest Fourth of July celebrations in North Carolina,” Faith is celebrating their 63rd annual “Faith 4th of July” celebration.
Sponsored by the Faith Civitans, Faith Jaycees, Faith American Legion and the Faith Legion Auxiliary the week long celebration begins June 27 and ends July 4th.
Food booths and rides will open daily at 6 p.m. followed by entertainment. All rides and attractions will be located at the Faith American Legion Park and Faith Elementary school grounds.
There will be performances by Magnum Country, DC and the Chosen Few, Mountain Creek Harmony, Sea Cruz, Too Much Sylvia and many more.
Faith Fourth of July offers a variety of old time favorites including sack, three-legged and piggy back races. There is also a watermelon eating contest and a shoe and egg toss.
The celebration will end with a parade, skirmish reenactment, and fireworks. The parade will begin at the intersection of Deal and Main streets with a special appearance by “Sir Purr.”
There will also be a “Faith Idol” competition beginning on July 1st. Age groups are Youth,12 and under, Junior, 13-18, and Open, which is 19 and above.
Armbands will be on sale for $20 each night . The purchase of an armband allows free rides for the night of the purchase. Food will also be on sale by the sponsoring organizations and select vendors will also be available. Entertainment is free to the public.
The sponsoring organizations will use the celebration’s proceeds for scholarships, local school and library needs, park improvements and other town or community needs.
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For more information visit www.faith4th.com.
June 27
6 p.m. ó Food booths and rides open
7:30 p.m. ó “Magnum Country”June 28
5 p.m. ó Faith Patriotic Program sponsored by Faith Baptist Church
6 p.m. ó Food booths and rides open
6:30 p.m. ó “DC and The Chosen Few”
“The Chapeleers”
“Mountain Creek Harmony”June 29
6 p.m. ó Food booths and rides open
7:30 p.m. ó “Sea Cruz”
Dollar Night ó All rides $1June 30
6 p.m. ó Food bootsh and rides open
7:30 p.m. ó “The Entertainers”
8:30 p.m. ó Faith Idol competitionJuly 1
6 p.m. ó Food booths and rides open
7:30 p.m. ó “Too Much Sylvia”
8:30 p.m. ó Faith Idol Competition
Food Lion Arm Band Night ó $5 off with MVP CardJuly 2
6 p.m. ó Food booths and rides open
7:30 p.m. ó “Hip Pocket”
8:30 p.m. ó Faith Idol CompetitionJuly 3
6 p.m. ó Food booth and rides open
7:30 p.m. ó “The Extraordinaires”
8 p.m. ó 23ó19
8:30 p.m. ó Faith Idol CompetitionJuly 4
10 a.m. ó Parade
12-5 p.m. ó Purchase armbands
12:30 p.m. ó Apple Ugly eating contest
7 p.m. ó Faith Idol Finals
Races, games, watermelon contest
8 p.m. ó “The Nostalgia Band”
9 p.m. ó 63rd Regiment NC Troop Confederate reenactment (Faith Ball Field)
10 p.m. ó Salute to America
10:30 p.m. ó Fireworks

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