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4th Of July Events In The Panhandle

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Amarillo, TX - The 4th of July is finally here and there are lots of events going on in the area inviting you to come celebrate.

There's a lot going on from fireworks to concerts to food.

If you're looking for a great time with family and friends, what better way to do that than celebrate America's independence.

Beginning in Canyon Friday morning, the Lion's Club Pancake breakfast will kick off at 7.

NewsChannel 10's Ali and Stacy will also be there live at the event in the morning.

You can then join the entire NewsChannel 10 crew for the parade at 10:00 a.m., which will be broadcast on 10 too,  as we travel through the  heart of Canyon down 4th Ave.
   
Beginning at 5 p.m. the event will host "Kickin It Up At Kimbrough", with a  performance by Restless Heart.

The city of Amarillo will host a firework show at John Stiff Memorial Park, beginning at 3 pm -10 pm.
  
Be sure to bring a lawn chair and blanket.

For those in Canadian a 4th of July Celebration and Rodeo will host Casey Donahew at 1 a.m.

Tickets are $30 at the gate, followed by an evening of fireworks beginning at dusk at the Hemphill County Recreation Complex.

Click here to find out more information on these events and also information on other events in your area.




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