SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 2019
For many years, the town of Waterbury has chosen to celebrate the 4th July the weekend before the 4th.
Sometimes we celebrate a few days before everyone else and sometimes we might be ten days early.
This tradition has become known at Not Quite Independence Day and the abbreviation NQID has stuck.
The weekend activities include a parade, concert, games, contests, and fireworks.
The Waterbury Rotary Club works tirelessly for the first 6 months of the year to organize and develop these activities. All donations go to support their many community efforts. Learn more about Rotary.
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Note from Father Jerry Mercure: No regular 4 o'clock Mass on Saturday. More information to follow in the bulletin.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Bring your appetite, love of beer, music, and fun, lawn chairs, blankets, sunblock, and bug spray if you’re staying for the evening firework show.
No laser pointers, fireworks, weapons of any kind, drugs, or drug paraphernalia. Non-adherence to these rules is grounds for dismissal.
This is an All-Ages event but you must be 21+ and have a positive government issued ID to purchase and consume alcoholic beverages on-site.
Yes! All proceeds from the event support the Rotary Club of Waterbury, a 501(c)3 civic organization that supports and sponsors a host of FREE community efforts for families including: Concerts in the Park, Not Quite Independence Day parade, Easter egg hunt, Santa in the Park, the Waterbury Senior Center, Waterbury Library, Waterbury Food Shelf, Harwood Union High School Scholarships, Youth Exchange, and many more. By attending Green Mountain Grooves & Brews, you'll also help support all these causes, so thank you!!
No tickets needed! Any donations go to support the many community efforts of the Waterbury Rotary Club -- thank you!!