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Independence Day Weekend Ruffles Tricolor Blasts From Palm Coast to Flagler Beach

| July 5, 2013

Palm Coast celebrated July 4 with a complete reading of the Declaration of Independence at Heroes Park before Flagler Beach let loose with its parade, its booze, food and fights, though only one person ended up incarcerated against his will, and mostly for his benefit.

Memories of July 4 From Lake Sebasticook to Flagler Beach

| July 4, 2012

July 4 festivities have turned into a 24-hour rolling event in Flagler County, beginning with fireworks at Town Center on Tuesday evening and finishing with fireworks at the Flagler Beach Pier tonight. What takes place in between is a parade of memories.

Risk-Avoidance: July 4 Fireworks Canceled in Flagler Beach and Palm Coast’s Town Center

| June 20, 2011

The Flagler County Commission canceled both fireworks shows, saying it would be too risky in fire-prone, drought conditions despite projected rains. The $30,000 worth of fireworks may be staged around Labor Day.

TDC Approves $30,000 for Dual July 4th Fireworks Under Unifying Americana Theme

| April 20, 2011

With Palm Coast fireworks on July 3rd and Flagler Beach fireworks on the 4th, the tourist council is hoping Flagler County will be a destination for racing fans worn out by July 1 and 2 races in Daytona Beach.

July 4th Twice Over Again As Flagler Beach And Palm Coast Will Each Launch Fireworks

| March 30, 2011

The Tourist Development Council would grant each city $15,000. Flagler Beach will have the July 4 display this time, while Palm Coast will launch on July 3rd, at Town Center. Last year, they did it in reverse.

Raging Skies Redux: The Fireworks in Palm Coast’s Town Center

| July 4, 2010

Palm Coast’s July 4th celebration starts in Town Center at 7 p.m. and culminates with a fireworks show at 9 p.m.

The Gods Must Be Crazy: Rain Slams But Doesn’t Stop Flagler Beach Parade

| July 3, 2010

Clouds thicker than menace mobilized offshore, then struck, but the Flagler Beach Independence Day parade held on anyway.

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