Aberdeen’s Independence Day Fireworks Show
Shifted to Aberdeen Day
--Event will cap-off town-wide celebration
scheduled for Sept. 26
ABERDEEN, NJ - June 24, 2020 - Aberdeen Township’s Mayor and Council announced today that
the annual Independence Day fireworks show will be postponed to the evening of Aberdeen
Day due to COVID-19 related regulations and concerns.
The annual town-wide celebration, scheduled to take place
on Saturday, Sept. 26, will feature the much-anticipated fireworks show, if
permitted by the state regulations regarding gatherings.
“The decision to postpone our annual fireworks show from
July 2nd to September 26th was difficult. But given the popularity of this
event and the Governor’s current order regarding outdoor crowd sizes, we didn’t
want to have to turn people away,” said Mayor Fred Tagliarini. “We’re hopeful
that by the time late-September rolls around, outdoor attendance limits will be
considerably higher, allowing us to safely cap off Aberdeen Day’s daytime
events with a spectacular show that all can see.”
Township officials are currently working out the details
for other popular summer events.
For further information and updates, visit http://www.aberdeennj.org/.