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Williams Habitat for Humanity's Grand Opry returns July 2

The Cool Water band will be playing at the Grand Opry July 2 in Williams. Members include Steve Bridges, Frank Files, E.L. Muse, Jay Burton and Glen Kozeliec. (Photo/Cool Water Band)

The Cool Water band will be playing at the Grand Opry July 2 in Williams. Members include Steve Bridges, Frank Files, E.L. Muse, Jay Burton and Glen Kozeliec. (Photo/Cool Water Band)

WILLIAMS, Ariz. — Grand Opry returns to Williams July 2.

The show will be from 12:30 – 5 p.m. at the Babbitt-Polson Stage located at 200 W. Railroad Avenue in downtown Williams.

The day promises fun for the entire family with entertainment, live music, carnival games, a live auction, food and the ever-popular cake walk.

The Cool Water Band out of Prescott will be on hand from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. to thrill audiences.

The sets are the mix that keeps the dance floors full. The band maintains an excellent rapport by interacting with the audience.

Grand Canyon Brewery is sponsoring a beer tent for those 21 and older, serving their craft beer to adults in attendance.

Carnival style food will be available for purchase as well as beverages

In addition to the Opry Show, the second annual Independence Day craft show returns to the Williams Rec Center Shed building from next door.

The craft show is open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Tickets will be available at the venue gate. Children up to 14 years old and senior tickets cost $5, adults $10 and families of four or more $30.

All proceeds go toward Williams are Habitat for Humanity. More information is available from Francis Mazza at (701) 361-2324.

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