RANDOLPH, NJ- Come Out and Enjoy the 2019 Randolph Kiwanis Freedom Festival!


The Kiwanis Club of Randolph continues its proud tradition of partnering with Randolph

Township to provide a fun, family event to celebrate Independence Day.

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This year’s activities will take place at the County College of Morris on July 4 – July 6, 2019.


There will be carnival rides, games, gourmet food trucks/food vendors, live music and

fireworks….something for everyone! New additions for this year include a 5K Freedom Run, a

Beer Garden, and an expanded fireworks display. The parade will include military units,

community groups, bands, historical reenactments and more.


Be sure to bring your family over to the County College of Morris for one or more days of fun,

and set up your lawn chairs and blankets for the parade and the fireworks!


 Schedule of Events:


Thursday, July 4 - Freedom Night!

6:00pm - 11:00pm Freedom Festival

One Price Night - ride the carnival rides all night for $25!

7:00pm - 10:00pm Performing live: “The Kootz" - playing classic through modern pop,

rock, R&B and blues.


Friday, July 5 - Twilight Race and Festival Night!

4:00pm Check-in and Race Day Registration for Twilight Freedom 5K Run & 1-Mile

Fun Walk (Parking Lot #1 of CCM). Register at www.handstoheroesfoundation.org

5:30pm 5K Start

5:45pm 1 Mile Fun Walk

6:00pm - 11:00pm Freedom Festival

One Price Night - ride the carnival rides all night for $25!

7:00pm - 10:00pm Performing live: “Stereo Junkies” - playing 60’s - 70’s Disco - 80’s -

90’s plus today’s hits.


Saturday, July 6 - Freedom Parade Day and Festival/Fireworks Night!

Noon - The Freedom Parade kicks off at Dover Chester Road & Quaker Church Road

(Mt. Fern Church), continues down Quaker Church Road, crosses Route 10 and ends at

CCM (Center Grove Road entrance). Our Grand Marshal for this year’s parade is

Randolph’s own Sherry Ross, an American sports broadcaster and journalist who most

recently worked alongside Matt Loughlin as a color commentator for the NHL’s New

Jersey Devils radio broadcasts. She is the first woman to serve as an analyst for the

Stanley Cup Finals and the first woman to call play-by-play in the NHL. .

6:00pm - 11:00pm Freedom Festival

7:00pm - 11:00pm DJ playing all your favorites!

9:45pm - Fireworks

Plenty of parking - $5 donation per car


The Freedom Parade marches rain or shine. If Fireworks are cancelled on July 6, the

rain date will be July 7 for Festival and Fireworks. In the case of questionable weather,

check the township home page for updates.