Fireworks Extravaganza set for Thanksgiving Night! | Community Spirit
Gather your family and friends for a post-turkey treat and plan to attend the 13th annual Downtown Sedalia/Hotel Bothwell Thanksgiving Night Christmas Lighting Ceremony & Fireworks Extravaganza!
This thrilling and memorable holiday event takes place Thanksgiving evening, Thursday, Nov. 25 on Ohio Street in Historic Downtown Sedalia, Mo.
The evening festivities begin at 6:30 with live musical performances on stage at the corner of 5th & Ohio. The countdown to the lighting of the beautiful Hotel Bothwell will begin approximately at 7 p.m. with the fireworks display from the roof of the six story historic hotel immediately to follow.
Fireworks synchronized to holiday music including classic favorites like , Joy to the World and Silent Night will light up the sky. This year's event is advertised as "especially spectacular" with additional fireworks and a longer program than ever before.
Special bookmark souvenirs celebrating the annual Thanksgiving Day event and the 150th Celebration of the City of Sedalia will be on sale that evening. The cost of the bookmarks are $1 and proceeds assist Downtown Sedalia in the sponsorship of this annual event.
For more information contact Meg Liston at the Sedalia Downtown Development, Inc. at 660-827-7388.
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