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With the emphasis on a safe night for families, there will be
strict enforcement of laws prohibiting alcohol, fireworks and pets
at the 14th annual Fourth of July Family Festival and Fireworks
Show on July 4.
Activities will take place at Belleview, Progress and
Cornerstone Parks, near the intersection of Belleview and
Windermere. A variety of food concessions will be available in
Belleview and Cornerstone parks. At 9:30 p.m., the spectacular
fireworks show will be launched from the baseball fields at
There will be plenty of food, fun, entertainment, games and a
fantastic fireworks show for families and friends at this free
event sponsored by the cities of Littleton and Englewood and South
Suburban Parks and Recreation.
Additional financial support is provided by Arapahoe County, as
well as the cities of Sheridan and Centennial.
3 p.m.-Chinese dragon slide and bounce house
6 p.m.-Air Life helicopter lands
7 p.m.-Entertainment featuring the Windjammers.
10 a.m.-Lion’s Club train and Children’s Farm
Watermelon eating contest
Slides, bounce house and a climbing wall for free
Alcohol, glass containers, pets and fireworks (including
sparklers) are strictly prohibited.
Fire marshals, police officers and park rangers will confiscate
fire works, issue citations and escort violators from the park.
No parking will be permitted on the south side of West Prentice
Avenue from Windermere to Hickory Street. Motorists are encouraged
to obey other traffic restrictions that will be in effect. Limited
parking will be available near the parks and at the Littleton
Service Center, 1800 West Belleview.
Special thanks to community sponsors and volunteers: Englewood
Neighborhood Watch, Country Buffet-Englewood, Englewood Church of
Scientology, CERT, and Arapahoe Rescue.
At its January 30 workshop, the Littleton City Council approved
its 2009 Outreach Schedule. There are several meetings of interest
coming up this summer.
On June 25, representatives of large businesses in the city are
invited to a breakfast meeting with the Littleton City Council.
That meeting will be held in the Community Room at 7:30 a.m.
On July 23, city council is inviting merchants and property
owners in downtown Littleton to a breakfast meeting. It will begin
at 7:30 a.m. in the Community Room.
Residents of District III, the southeast quadrant of the city,
are invited to a Citizen Forum July 28 at 7 p.m. in the City
Council Chamber and Community Room. All District III residents will
receive an invitation in the mail. District III Council Member and
Mayor Pro Tem Tom Mulvey will host. Following a brief presentation,
council members and directors from all city departments will be
on-hand to answer citizens’ questions.
To attend the breakfast meetings, please make a reservation by
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