Weather doesn't deter celebration

Posted 7/8/19

It didn't take long for the hail to grow significantly in size once it started to fall July 4 during Lone Tree's Independence Day Celebration at Sweetwater Park. But it also didn't take long to pass, …

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Weather doesn't deter celebration

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It didn't take long for the hail to grow significantly in size once it started to fall July 4 during Lone Tree's Independence Day Celebration at Sweetwater Park. But it also didn't take long to pass, as the storm came and went in time for fireworks to still be shot off in celebration of the country's birth.

The annual Fourth of July celebration gave patrons a chance to celebrate their country's founding in their own backyard. Open to Acres Green and Lone Tree residents, the ticketed event sold out once again — before the event began. With live music, food trucks, inflatables and activities, hundreds enjoyed the annual celebration.

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