LILBURN — The City of Lilburn has postponed its July 4th event, Sparkle in the Park.
The annual event, which includes a concert, activities, and fireworks, draws thousands of people to Lilburn City Park and downtown Lilburn each year.
“We’re disappointed, as we know many members of the community will be, that we have to postpone our annual July 4th celebration,” said City Manager Bill Johnsa. “We believe this is the best decision due to the current situation. Postponing will allow us to revisit the event at a later date, and make a decision based on the information available at that time.”
At this time, all city events originally scheduled through the end of June have been postponed or canceled due to COVID-19. Residents are encouraged to check the city’s website at cityoflilburn.com for more event updates.
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