Williams Fourth of July fireworks cancelled

Festivities move to the Visitor Center's parking lot

WILLIAMS, Ariz. - The fireworks show set for dusk on Monday has been cancelled. City of Williams officials called the show off June 30 after deeming weather conditions unsafe.

According to Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce officials, the barn dance has also been cancelled. Instead, the Williams Rotary Club's barbecue will move to the Williams-Forest Service Visitor Center parking lot, 200 W. Railroad Ave. The Williams Kiwanis Club be on hand as well as Friends of the Williams Aquatic Center, who will be selling soda and water. SAVE-Meant to Rescue will be selling hot dogs and Rotary will have a beer garden. The fun lasts 12-3 p.m. Monday prior to the parade, which begins at 4 p.m. on Route 66.

For more information, call the Visitor Center at (928) 635-1418 or visit www.williamschamber.org.


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