Pima to hold Fourth of July celebration

Staff Reports

PIMA – Come one, come all to the town of Pima’s “Small Town U.S.A. Independence Day” celebration Saturday, July 4.

The celebration will start at 6:30 a.m. with its annual pancake breakfast fundraiser at Heritage Park between the Pima Library and Pima Fire Department on 200 West. The event is a fundraiser for the Eastern Arizona Museum. For just $3 per person, enjoy delicious tender vittles, including everyone’s favorite bacon, and a drink. Veterans and active military eat for free.

Jon Johnson File Photo/Gila Herald: Brett Innes, then 6, of Pima, plays with his pizza floaty during an event in 2018. The Pima Pool will have free admission of Independence Day on Saturday, July 4.

Keep the party going at the Pima Pool from 12 – 5 p.m. with free admission. See who can do the most flips off the high-dive without landing on their back or stomach.

Then, at approximately 8 p.m., a fireworks show will be held at the Vard Lines Memorial Rodeo Arena/Pima Ball Fields off 1200 South. The fireworks show is sponsored by the town of Pima in collaboration with the Eden community and Colvin Farms.

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