Celebrating Independence Day at Angle Lake

The 4th of July is one of the most favorite times here on Angle Lake. It is a time to celebrate the birth of our nation; to remember our heroes who have served to protect our country and preserve our freedoms; a time to gather with family and friends over good food and refreshments; and a time to relax and recreate on, in and around the waters of Angle Lake.

This Independence Day will be especially busy around the lake with the addition of the Carnival and all day music at Angle Lake Park, this in addition to our other Lake Community traditional activities. To help keep track of the various events and their individual starting times, we’re providing a link to a graphic map and schedule of events for you to print and refer to throughout the day:  4th of July Map of Events

Also, if you had not had a chance to pay your fireworks donation in person, you can download and print a copy of the donation order form to include with your mailed payment to the Shore Club Administration Office. It is through your generous support and donations by other people just like you that continue to make our annual ALSC events possible. Thank you for your contribution in helping to make this a most favored place to live.


Anonymous said...

What happened to the fireworks show? We were told it will start at 10:15p. We left at 10:45p disappointed.

Angle Lake Shore Club Blog said...

The Shore Club is entirely dependent on contractors to start the fireworks on time and produce a quality show and are held accountable when things do not go as planned. Specific details will be shared with the community at large shortly regarding the reason for the late start and the interruption mid-way through the show.

Anonymous said...

Maybe next year you can use the PA and or word of mouth from the police to keep people informed.

Thank you.

Angle Lake Shore Club Blog said...

@Anonymous - good suggestions. The ALSC Board will be meeting in late July where we will be discussing the show overall of which broadcast communications will be included - some additional ideas are staying connected with real time reports through our Facebook (anglelakesc) and creating a Twitter Account... as well as using simple radio or cell phone technology to the park bandstand as a communication relay. Other ideas are certainly welcomed.