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    Independence Day Readings of the Founding Documents of the Nation

  • Dates:
    July 4, 2017
  • Time:
    12:00 PM
  • Admission:
    FREE
  • Location:
    Council Chambers of City Hall
  • Address:
    300 Park Ave., Falls Church, VA
  • Phone:
    703-248-5077
Details

Don’t miss the Independence Day Readings of the Founding Documents of the Nation will be held at Noon in Council Chambers of City Hall (300 Park Ave.). Hosted by the Village Preservation and Improvement Society (VPIS), this annual event allows us to focus on the meaning of Independence Day with a review of the issues of the times and the reading of the important documents that created the basis for our democracy and freedom.

Also on July 4: Fireworks and live music celebration starting at 7pm at George Mason High School. (Fireworks begin at approximately 9:20pm.)