The Richmond Hill History Museum will host Cars and Coffee, a monthly event showcasing unique, rare and antique cars. Car owners can bring in a car and interact with other automobile enthusiasts. Visitors can bring the family to view the cars and tour the Richmond Hill History Museum, formerly the Henry Ford Kindergarten. Admission to the event is free and coffee can be purchased for 25 cents with a $1 donation to the museum.
City of Richmond Hill’s Independence Day Celebration – July 1
5-10 p.m. @ J.F. Gregory Park
There will be live music from The Tams, a wide variety of food choices, arts & crafts vendors, inflatable water slides, face painting, a dunking booth and family fishing. The evening will end with a fireworks display starting around 9 p.m.
Ft. McAllister Independence Day Living History – July 1-4
10 a.m.-4 p.m. daily @ Ft. McAllister State Historic Park
Celebrate Independence Day like it’s 1864. Join us for old-fashioned fun, games and fun for all! Living history and musket demonstrations every day, and cannon firings on Saturday the 1st and Tuesday the 4th.
Grab your chair and get there early to watch the sky light up for the fireworks display. Enjoy live entertainment on the Rousakis Plaza Arbor Stage on River Street or bring the family to hang out in our kids zone while waiting on the fireworks display! Fireworks typically begin at 9:30 p.m.
Fort Stewart and the 3rd Infantry Division will celebrate Independence Day with a Salute to the Nation–a howitzer round fired for each state and territory in the United States–and a fireworks finale. The public is invited. Pets, grills and glass bottles are strictly prohibited on Cottrell and Newman fields, and also at Quick Track.
Celebrate Independence Day on the beach with our awesome Fourth of July Fireworks on the Pier. The fireworks go off with a bang at dark, which is between 9 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. The whole family will enjoy this free event.