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Annual July 4th Fireworks Show set to impress

Update: Fireworks Show at Goldston’s Beach rescheduled

The Fireworks Show at Goldston’s Beach have been cancelled for this evening due to the thunderstorms in the area, according to Mayor Goldston Womble. The Fireworks Show has been rescheduled for tomorrow, Friday, July 5th around 9 p.m. at Goldston’s Beach at White Lake, weather permitting according to Bladen County Fire Marshal, Kenneth Clark.

By Charlotte Smith

The fireworks show at Goldston’s Beach in White Lake is set to impress. The annual July 4th Fireworks Show is a celebration of the country’s independence and freedom. This year, America is celebrating her 243rd birthday.

Tomorrow evening around 9 p.m. the fireworks tradition continues with support from the members of the Elizabethtown-White Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. The local businesses sponsor the show and invite people to bring lawn chairs and their families to enjoy rides and the fireworks at the local White Lake beach.

There is an arcade, amusement rides, go-cart races, miniature golf, gift shops, a water park, and plenty of fun games for everyone in the local town. The fireworks will begin near the Goldston’s Beach Pier around 9 p.m.

There is an entry fee of $5 to the beach. There is overflow parking available across the street from Goldston’s Beach.

White Lake Water Park is also scheduled to be open on July 4th and every day this coming weekend.



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