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July 3rd Fireworks 2022
All American Day in the Park

Presented by the

Beech Grove Promoters Club

 

Sunday, July 3rd, 2022
Sara T. Bolton Park

Food, Music & Fun 6pm / Fireworks at Approximately 10pm

 

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ALL AMERICAN DAY IN THE PARK

 

When

Sunday, July 3rd, 2022

Food, Music and Fun 6pm

Fireworks 10pm (approximately)



Where

Sarah T. Bolton Park

1300 Churchman Avenue | Beech Grove

Food & Beverage Vendors

Queso's of Noblesville Mexican Food, Pierogi Love (voted number 1 food truck in 2016 & 2017), Kona Ice, Pull Up BBQ, MC Concessions, Cotton Candy vendor, Oriental Chicken Kabobs, Papa Curl Ice Cream, South Port Lion's Club, Lemon Shake-ups, Beech Grove Band Boosters with Corn on the Cob, Sub Zero Ice Cream, O'Maras Oasis Hot Dogs & Pastabilitiez

Frequently Asked Questions

(updated July 3rd, 2022 8:30pm)

  • Can I park inside the park?   

    • UPDATE: Disabled parking is full. There is limited parking reserved for those with state issued disabled parking permits. This lot will open at 6pm and will fill very fast. All others will need to find parking in the general area outside the park. You will need to arrive early if you wish to park in the area. ​

  • If I have a disabled permit, how can I park in the park? 

    • UPDATE: Disabled parking is full. You may enter after 6pm, on a first come, first served basis. Enter the park at 15th Ave & Main St (or put 1500 Main St in your navigation device). You will be directed from there.​

  • If I park inside the park with a disabled permit, can I leave and/or come back? 

    • No, once parked inside the park there are no in/out priveledges. Once parked your vehicle MUST remain stationary until most foot traffic has departed the park. This can take a while after the fireworks are over.​

  • Are restrooms available in the park? 

    • Yes, numerous port-o-lets are available throughout the park. Please note the permanent facilities in the park will be closed during this event.​

  • Can I bring my own food? 

    • Yes! Just please, no BBQ's - the park gets very crowded and BBQ's would not be safe. Also,  you can save yourself trouble by visiting one of our numerous food vendors.​

  • Can I bring my own drinks? 

    • Yes - but alcohol is not permitted in the park.​

  • Can I bring a cooler? 

    • Yes - coolers of all sizes are permitted.​

  • Can I bring my dog/cat/iguana to the park? 

    • You may, however they must be on a leash at all times. You should consider that many pets are very afraid of fireworks and because of the close proximity to our launch zone, the fireworks are very loud. Much louder than at the downtown display.  Also it will be crowded and you should consider if your pet would appreciate being in this environment. If you do decide to bring along your pet, please also bring along supplies for cleaning up after them. ​

  • Can I bring a tent/large umbrella?

    • Yes, but please collapse them before the fireworks begin so that everyone can see!

  • Can I bring my own fireworks?

    • Please leave all personal fireworks at home. The park is very crowded and lighting off any fireworks, even sparklers, could create a dangerous situation. ​

  • Is there a charge to enter the park?

    • No, our event is free admitance. You may consider donating to help keep this tradition going. After the event there will be Promoters Club members wearing red shirts and carrying white buckets to take donations. ​

  • Are masks required? 

    • They are not required, however they are recommended for those not fully vaccinated or with underlying health conditions.​

  • Can I sell items or set up a food truck inside or outside of the park? 

    • No. Only those who have have been invited by the Beech Grove Promoters Club may sell anything inside the park. Outside of the park it is generally prohibited by law to sell on public property without proper permits. A Marion County Board of Health permit is NOT enough. This is strictly enforced! 

  • May I fly my drone over the park? 

    • No, this would be incredibly dangerous. The park is very crowded and any mishalf could result in serious injuries. Please leave your drone at home. You may see authorized public safety drones over the event. These are piloted by professionals with extensive training.​

 

*IMPORTANT NOTICE *

 

The park will be closed to ALL vehicular traffic at 8 AM on Sunday, July 3rd.

As in the past several years, there will be NO PARKING allowed within the park grounds

(except for those proper, State Issued handicap placards)

 

- GOOD FOOD - 
- MUSIC - 
- GAMES - 
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