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Town Center jubilee wows the crowd

LITTLE PATRIOT — Sophia DeLaGarza, 2, of Cameron Park waves Old glory as she listens to the sounds of the Rhythm Vandals playing on the Theater Plaza Stage. Photo by William A. Scales
LITTLE PATRIOT — Sophia DeLaGarza, 2, of Cameron Park waves Old glory as she listens to the sounds of the Rhythm Vandals playing on the Theater Plaza Stage. Photo by William A. Scales

LITTLE PATRIOT — Sophia DeLaGarza, 2, of Cameron Park waves Old glory as she listens to the sounds of the Rhythm Vandals playing on the Theater Plaza Stage. Photo by William A. Scales

THOUSANDS CELEBRATED the Fourth of July at the second Fireworks Jubilee at El Dorado Hills Town Center Sunday. The event featured bounces houses and activities for the kids, a chili cook-off, live music and, of course, a brilliant fireworks show.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FIREWORKS JUBILEE volunteer Linda Mercier, who worked in the children'€™s area wristband booth, gets her face painted as she enjoys the festivities on July 3 at Town Center. Courtesy photo

 

 

FIREWORKS LIGHT UP THE NIGHT SKY over Town Center in El Dorado Hills. Local company Pyro Spectaculars designed the evening's sparkling entertainment. Photo by William A. Scales

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