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July 4th holiday schedules, events

Jul 04, 2017 12:01 am

Tuesday is Independence Day. The Daily Freeman has a schedule of how various offices and services will be affected.

Amtrak: Holiday schedule
Banks: Closed
County offices: Closed
Financial markets: Closed
Federal offices: Closed
Greene County Transit: No services
Mail: No delivery
Metro-North: Sunday schedule
Schools: Closed
State offices: Closed
Trailways: Regular schedule

Communities throughout the region will celebrate the holiday with parades, fireworks and other activities on Tue., Jul. 4:

Albany: New York State’s Fourth of July Celebration, Empire State Plaza, Eagle Street and Madison Avenue, Albany. 3 p.m. The holiday celebration features the United States Air Force Heritage of America Band with special guest Tonic, food, activities and the area’s largest fireworks display. Sponsored by Price Chopper and Market 32.

Cairo: Fireworks at dusk in Angelo Canna Town Park.

Clermont: A celebration will be held 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., at Clermont State Historic Site on state Route 9G. Festivities include 18th century crafts, re-enactors, music and hot food. The Saugerties fireworks, across the Hudson River, can be viewed from the lawn.

Kinderhook: Fourth of July People’s Parade, line up at 11 a.m. Decorate a car, stroller, wagon, garden tractor, bike — anything that can be pushed, pulled or ridden with American pride. Parade steps off at the park on Rothermel Lane and ends in the Village Square.

Saugerties: Line up at 10 a.m. across from Saugerties High School; parade steps off at Washington Avenue Extension at 11 a.m. Parade ends at Cantine Field with awards ceremony. The theme of this year's parade is "United We Stand." Fireworks at Cantine Park at dusk. Rep. Rain or shine.

Windham: Townwide sidewalk sale begins at 2 p.m.; parade down Main Street, 7 p.m. Fireworks over Windham Mountain at 9 p.m.