City Cancels this Year’s 4th of July Event

At this week’s Council meeting, the City Council decided to cancel this year’s Fourth of July celebration, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The City continues to monitor the situation and will cancel or modify other upcoming events as necessary to protect the health and safety of participants and staff.

City events that have been canceled include Brunch with Bunny, Spring Egg Hunt, Memorial Day Tribute, 75th Anniversary Parade and Festival, and the new Lake Artemesia Concert Series (a mutual decision between Berwyn Heights and College Park). Plans for the City’s Night at the Movies events are currently on hold. There is an option to do a drive-in style movie if the Recreation Board, Mayor and Council, and City staff feel comfortable moving forward with that option.

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1 Comment to “City Cancels this Year’s 4th of July Event”

  1. By Carol Macknis, May 24, 2020 @ 2:35 pm

    Interesting concept of possibly having a “drive-in” style “Night at the Movies”. I wonder where that would be held — what place could handle a very large number of cars!