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  • JULY 4th MAIN STREET AND CHILDREN’S BEACH ACTIVITIES CANCELLED; FIREWORKS POSTPONED

     

    Town & County of Nantucket
    Coronavirus Response Team
    Public Information Officer –Gregg Tivnan, Assistant Town Manager


    JULY 4th MAIN STREET AND
    CHILDREN’S BEACH ACTIVITIES CANCELLED;
    FIREWORKS POSTPONED

     
    Town officials remind the public that the Town’s Annual July 4th Main Street Festivities
    and the Children’s Beach Activities are cancelled this year to avoid spreading the
    Coronavirus. This includes the Annual Main Street Water Fight. Main Street will not be
    closed to traffic as in previous years.

    Additionally, the Town’s Annual July 4th Fireworks have been postponed to Thursday,
    December 31, 2020.

    For alternative suggestions for family fun please refer to the Town’s Culture and Tourism
    page
    or the Summer 2020 page on the Town’s website at www.nantucket-ma.gov
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    Nantucket Officials urge Community Members, Visitors and Potential Visitors to continue to
    follow the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control with respect to social distancing,
    sanitizing, travel and the other measures needed to “flatten” the contagion – all of these guidelines
    may be found through the Town website at www.nantucket-ma/gov.

    For general queries regarding the Town’s response to the Coronavirus please go to:
    Covid19@police.nantucket-ma.gov or call 508-325-4111.

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