Heavy rain will be the issue through the first half of the day. Significant snow & sleet will be the call during the afternoon through tomorrow. Look for almost impassable travel in some spots tomorrow.
Wednesday marked the beginning of Fourth of July festivities in downtown Lexington. Cheapside Park held hundreds of people who gathered for the Great American Pie Contest and Ice Cream Social.
A record number of 55 pies were entered into the competition this year. Hundreds took advantage of a free slice once the pies were judged.
Penny Ebel, Special Events Director for LFUCG, says, "There are lots of fun activities going on. This year we're trying to go green as well by putting up recycle containers everywhere. We want to recycle all plastic and glass."
More events to look forward to:
Thursday, July 2- Central Bank Thursday Night Live
Featuring Rob Dread (Reggae) - 5:30PM - 7:30PM
Friday, July 3 -8PM Patriotic Music Concert
Saturday, July 4-7AM - 3PM Lexington Farmers' Market Cheapside Park
7:30AM Bluegrass 10,000
9AM - 6PM Vine Street Festival
9:45AM - 6PM Entertainment Sites Downtown
9AM - 6PM Kids Zone
9AM - 10:30AM BRIK City
10AM - 2PM Children's Free Craft Activities
10:30AM Bluegrass 10,000 Awards Ceremony Historic Courthouse
11:00AM Reading of the Declaration of Independence
NOON Waiters' Race
4PM - Midnight 98.1 The Bull and Hardee's presents RED, WHITE & BOOM!
www.redwhiteandboom.com $20 General Admission
$40 Reserved Seating
Kids 12 & Under Free
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