By Brad Kellar
Anyone who missed out on seeing an Independence Day fireworks display Wednesday still has one more chance to watch a show.
While today's rescheduled "4th Fest" event in Royse City has now been officially canceled, "Celebrate Commerce" was still on the drawing board for Sunday.
The Royse City "4th Fest" had been scheduled to include several activities, including a parade, the "Hotter Than A Firecracker" fun run and a fireworks show. But an official with the City of Royse City confirmed Friday afternoon that all of the events had been canceled and that the festival would not be reset.
Meanwhile, "Celebrate Commerce", is still scheduled to start at 5 p.m. Sunday at Bicentennial Park, with obstacle races, pony rides, bouncy booth, concessions, the Bois d'Arc Dixieland Jazz Band, the Blues Doctors and fireworks at 9:30 p.m. across from Commerce Middle School. Admission is one can of food for those in need per person. Organizers say the event will take place, unless there are flooding rains prior to the scheduled start.
Posted by Brad Kellar
By Brad Kellar
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