Join us for an evening full of activities followed by 21st-century fireworks.
Gates open at 6:00 with music, magic and more, followed by the fireworks at dusk.
Reading of the Declaration of Independence by State Senator Stephen Brewer
19th-century magic with Robert Olson (see video)
Lucky Bob the comedic juggler
Music from Blackstone Valley Bluegrass
Games and contests, including pie-eating, sack races, and quoits (similar to horseshoes, popular in early New England)
Food, beverage and souvenir tents - including beer and wine
And of course, FIREWORKS!
The Countryside opens for fireworks seating at 7:30 p.m., with seating limited to designated areas.
You are welcome to bring a picnic (alcoholic beverages may not be brought in, but beer and wine will be available for sale) or enjoy a dinner buffet at the Oliver Wight Tavern from 4:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. (Reservations required.)
Read more about the daytime Fourth of July activities.
Rain Date: July 5