A popular festival aiming to mark Independence Day is making its way back to north Alabama. The town of Cedar Bluff posted on its Facebook page this week the return of Liberty Day on Friday, June 28. Financial issues forced the town to cancel the event for the past two years. According to the post, donations from members of the community and local businesses are making this year’s event possible.
For years, the event drew crowds of people from counties around Alabama and Georgia to enjoy vendors, entertainment, food, and a fireworks grand finale. There is no cost for admission, but the town is encouraging donations to help support the cost. You can find vendor information and other details at cedarbluffal.org.