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July 3: Fireworks & Summer Dinner
The Coolidge Foundation is excited to announce that on July 3 fireworks will light up the Plymouth Notch sky for the second year in a row to kick off a two-day celebration of American independence and the birth of its thirtieth president, Calvin Coolidge.
Join us earlier in the evening on July 3 for the Coolidge Foundation’s annual Summer Dinner featuring team Coolidge Trivia led by President Coolidge himself, live patriotic music, and remarks on the state of the trading relationship between the United States and Mexico by economist Roberto Salinas-Leon of Mexico City. The fireworks are free and open to the public. Dinner attendance requires a ticket, which can be purchased in advance for $35.00 at this link.
July 3 Evening Schedule:
6:00 PM: Summer Dinner (Tickets Required – Purchase Here)
- Speaker: “U.S. and Mexico Trade” – Roberto Salinas-Leon
- Team Coolidge Trivia. Compete with your dinner table against other tables in the first ever team Coolidge Trivia Night. Led by President Calvin Coolidge (as portrayed by history interpreter Tracy Messer).
9:00 PM: Live performance of patriotic songs.
President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site
3780 Route 100A
Plymouth Notch, Vermont 05056
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