Greenwich Fireworks Rescheduled to Sunday Night

The town of Greenwich has postponed Saturday’s scheduled fireworks because of potential thunderstorms.

The new date is Sunday, July 7.

A press release from the office of Fred Camillo said the decision was reached after his office held a joint meeting with the Dept of Parks & Recreation, Greenwich Police and Fire Departments and Emergency Management Director, Joe Laucella on Friday morning. They reviewed the weather forecast for Saturday before making their decision.

The release said the postponement to Sunday night came after careful review and extensive consideration. The forecast is that there is the potential for thunderstorms throughout the day on Saturday and in the interests of public safety, the decision was made to what a day.

The time and location of the fireworks shows will remain the same and the public is invited to either Binney Park or Greenwich Point in Old Greenwich. The Binney Park show will start at approximately 9:10pm, and the Greenwich Point Show will begin at approximately at 9:35pm.

Please arrive early for the shows as Greenwich Point will be closed when the maximum number of cars for the available parking spaces has been reached. People should also be aware that Greenwich Point will be closed to vehicular traffic at 8:30pm even if the parking capacity has not been reached.

More information about the shows is available here.

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