Reading of the Declaration of Independence
Time & Location
About the Event
Join your friends and neighbors this Fourth of July and celebrate our Independence Day.
On Sunday, July 4th, the Greater Loudonville Association will hold a Fourth of July event featuring the reading of the Declaration of Independence by the Honorable Peter Crummey.
The event will take place at 11:00 am at Loudon Green Park at the corner of Rt. 9 & Menand Rd. in Loudonville. Event is expected to take approximately one hour.
********Complimentary refreshments will be served
********Parking is available at the Loudonville School.
On behalf of the Greater Loudonville Association, longtime Colonie Town Justice Peter Crummey will continue the tradition of publicly reading the Declaration of Independence. This will mark the 16th Annual Fourth of July presentation (consecutive except for 2020) by the GLA and Judge Crummey.
Former Justice Crummey is known for his vocal presence, and his passionate narration style brings life to the words that served as the origin of our Independence Day holiday and the foundation of our great nation.
The whole family is welcome and encouraged to join us, please come out and see your friends and neighbors at this in-person event!
RSVP is optional. You will be added to our mailing list.