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TRR to Celebrate America June 27

The Rock Ranch is preparing for what will be its biggest and best display of family fun yet. Celebrate America will mark its 10th anniversary when gates open at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 27. The day of family fun will conclude with a patriotic program including a spectacular fireworks display at dark. The entry fee is $20 per family vehicle, regardless of vehicle size or number of occupants, and includes access to all standard attractions and entertainment. The entry fee for buses is $30. There will be a wide variety of live musical entertainment including a concert by Andrew Carlton, a nationally recognized performing artist of Christian music. Andrew’s hits include ‘Jesus hold me’, ‘Hold me up (to the light)”, ‘This is faith’ and ‘I’ll be the start.’ Carlton’s music is featured on Atlanta’s J93 and 104.7 The Fish radio stations. Festivities will include informational booths and displays, concessions, a gift shop and fun rides and attractions. Reptile shows will feature Jason Clark of Southeastern Reptile Rescue who was recently filmed for his own television show on Animal Planet. Master puppeteer Peter Hart, formerly of the Atlanta Center for Puppetry Arts, provides shows with marionettes. The America I Am Across America museum exhibit is a traveling portion of a larger exhibit at the Atlanta Civic Center through August. The traveling exhibition comes complete with artifacts, text, video, music and an interactive opportunity to leave an audiovideo ‘imprint.” As the exhibit travels across the America it will become the largest oral history project in recorded U.S. history. The Great American Duck Derby, hosted by Stepping Stones is a new addition. Stepping Stones will benefit from the rubber duck race. Guests may adopt multiple ducks at $5 for their chance at the $5,000 first prize. ’Each year, the celebration gets more exciting,” said general manager Jeff Manley. There are many new additions to this year’s event. We invite you and your family to come celebrate our freedoms as Americans and the heroes who fought and are still fighting to preserve those freedoms ‘“ to ‘˜Celebrate America’.’ There will be hamburgers, hot dogs, funnel cakes, Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches, barbecue pork, ribs, pizza, ice cream, snow cones, pop corn, boiled peanuts, cotton candy and popsicles. ’The celebration doesn’t end until after the last firework has been lit,’ added Manley. No outside food or drink and no pets will be allowed. For more info, visit or call 706.647.6374.

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