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Lake Texoma Association Fireworks Show Coming July 5th

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Lake Texoma Association Fireworks Show Coming July 5th

The Lake Texoma Association Fireworks Show is taking place on July 5th at Roosevelt Bridge. The show starts as soon as it becomes dark and fireworks are provided by Brady’s Stockpile O’ Fireworks.

Open House at LTA

During the celebration, the Lake Texoma Association will be holding an open house prior to showtime. The office is located at 11934 State Park Road in Kingston, Oklahoma. The open house activities take place from 6 pm to 9 pm.

Food & Water Sprinklers

At the open house event, hot dogs will be served with chips and drink. The cost will be $3 each serving. And, there will be water sprinklers for the children to play in. So, be sure to dress them in their bathing attire. Also, a wet bounce house will be set up for the children to enjoy.


Event: Lake Texoma Association Fireworks Show

Date of Event: July 5th

Time of Event: 6 pm to 9 pm

Type of Event: Family Friendly

Location of Event: Kingston, Oklahoma

Admission: Free


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