Thomasville Is Holding Fireworks Festivities Saturday, July 2

Thomasville's posters of activities for the Fourth of July

Thomasville's posters of activities for the Fourth of July

Thomasville, Mo. – Thomasville Eleven Point Valley Community Center is celebrating Independence Day on Saturday, July 2. The public is invited. Besides the all-favorite fireworks, they are planning a rodeo. This entertaining evening will also have booths with concessions, an ice cream parlor, alongside a quilt drawing.

When Is This Enjoyable Event?

Thomasville Eleven Point Community Center is putting on these activities on Saturday, July 2, 2022. The ice cream parlor opens at 4pm. The gift shop and concessions open at 5pm. Two hours later at 7pm the rodeo begins. The quilt drawing and the fireworks show begin at 9:30pm, or dusk.

Where Is This?

From Alton, take Highway 160 west to Highway 99. Then travel north across the Eleven Point River to Thomasville.

How Much Does This Cost?

The gate fee is only $5 per person. A raffle ticket for a beautiful handmade quilt costs $2 or you can purchase 3 tickets for $5.

Quilt Drawing

This quilt was created by local quilters: Linda Orr, Kathy Johnson, Donna Frey, Shirley Earls, Deborah Clark, and Brenda Bell. It is reminiscent of the 1940’s-1950’s.

Raffle tickets are available at R & R Restaurant in Thomasville. One can phone order the tickets at 417-293-4081. These tickets will also be sold at the Independence Day celebration.

Who Can Attend?

The good news is that anyone can attend! The is family friendly and age appropriate for all audiences.

Mark your calendar and come our for a lively evening.

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