Fourth of July in Williamsburg

June 25, 1995

Colonial Williamsburg will celebrate the July 4 holiday with several events.

A British occupation is scheduled Saturday and July 2 and will feature an encampment of British troops at Market Square. Soldiers will be engaged in recruiting and training American loyalists, and a fife and drum corps will play.

The program July 4 includes a fife and drum corps march to Bruton Church followed by a ceremony and an early-evening garden party at the Governor's Place with 18th-century food and entertainment. The holiday concludes with fireworks.

Call (800) HISTORY.

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