Lincoln Hill Farms (“The Farm”) will host its annual July 4th celebration on Monday, July 4, from 1 to 10 p.m. The free event will feature live music throughout the day with ROC Star Academy. Come meet and pet the goats, play lawn games and be entertained under the stars at dark with fireworks.
“The fourth of July is a great celebration for communities across the country and we look forward to welcoming guests of all ages to Lincoln Hill Farms,” owner Brian Mastrosimone said. “From family-friendly lawn games and our goat petting to enjoying one of our craft brews from our unique silo bar to delicious eats from our onsite dining area, we invite guests to bring their lawn chairs and picnic blankets and spend the day at the Farm.”
Food and craft brews or beverages will be available, including a Red, White & Brew special with two Zweigle hot dogs and can of beer for $10. Additional items available from the Farm’s expanded food lane, home to the LHF Smokehouse, Grill and Pizza & Snack Hut,
The day’s festivities will also see a flyover by the C-47 “Whiskey 7” airplane. Provided by the National Warplane Museum, Whiskey 7 was a supply plane during the Second World War that could carry up to 6,000 pounds of cargo. During the D-Day landings in June 1944, Whiskey 7 was one of the lead aircraft to transport paratroopers and one of the few planes that made it to its assigned drop-off location. A civilian aviation company purchased the plane following the war and it was acquired in the 1990s by a private collector. The aircraft was donated to the National Warplane Museum in 2005, where it was restored to its D-Day configurations.
Parking is $10 per car, ride sharing strongly encouraged.
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