FLORHAM PARK, NJ ~ The Boro is alive with the sights and sounds of Independence Day celebrating the signing of the Declaration of Indepence 241 years ago. The traditional celebration includes parades, family fun, barbeques, and of course, fire works. Florham Park is more than prepared for the 60th Fourth of July celebration.
The day begins with a traditional parade. The Florham Park Fire Department is the origin and kick off to the parade beginning at 9:00 am. The parade concludes right in the boro where the celebration continues in the social garden, a longstanding reunion of sorts as generations of friends and families convene to reminisce the past and share the present.
All the day's event are made possible by a community of volunteers. Then the evening sky lights up with a beautiful fire works display on the field. It is one not to miss. Mayor Mark Taylor invites all of you to join the celebration. This year the theme is the Little Red School House 150 years and one of Florham Park's most well known landmarks. For more information visit Florham Park 4th of July. Anyone interested in volunteering is asked to contact Nancy Lack .
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