FM #823 = This is the Franklin Matters radio show, number 823 in the series.
This session of the radio show shares my conversation with Franklin 4th of July Coalition organizers Paul Kortick and Joe Carmignani. We had our conversation via Zoom on Thursday, June 23, 2022.
We talk about the 4th of July Celebration full 5 day schedule
Food booths provided by non-profits, with food trucks on Saturday
Carnival hours, wrist band/ card discount hours
The music lineup each day with the Blues Festival on Saturday
Fireworks return on Saturday night at 10 (at Franklin High School))
This is a community event so donations are appreciated, info is on their webpage to donate online, via Venmo, or via post office mail (see below).
The recording runs about 25 minutes, so let’s listen to my conversation with Paul & Joe as we talk about the upcoming 4th of July on the Franklin Town Common.
Audio file -> https://franklin-ma-matters.captivate.fm/episode/fm-823-franklin-4th-of-july-celebration-06-23-22
4th of July Coalition home page https://www.franklin4th.com/
Schedule -> https://www.franklin4th.com/carnival-hours
Music line up -> https://www.franklin4th.com/schedule-of-events
Food -> https://www.franklin4th.com/food
Donation info -> https://dashboard.atpay.com/giving_portal/org_hSjdZIXVngDI7KDJ_AeUeQ
Franklin July 4th Coalition
c/o Dean Bank
P.O. Box 307
Franklin, MA 02038
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