1 July, 2014 13:21

Upcoming Events News Shop Give Live stream July 4th at Monticello
julySolicitations1.png CELEBRATE JULY 4th AT MONTICELLO!
Ceremony begins at 9am, Jeffersonian Open House to follow until noon
Join us this Friday from 9 am to noon for one of America’s most moving July 4 events and the largest naturalization ceremony held outside of a courtroom – Monticello’s Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony. There is no more inspirational place to celebrate the Fourth of July than Monticello, the home of the author of the Declaration of Independence!

Enjoy moving remarks by David M. Rubenstein, co-Founder and co-CEO of The Carlyle Group, and Christopher Job, of the Metropolitan Opera and Ash Lawn Opera, will sing the National Anthem and America the Beautiful.

And in homage to Mr. Jefferson, who opened the President’s House to the public on July 4th, we’ll host a Jeffersonian Open House after the ceremony until noon including free walk-through tours, live entertainment, an ice cream festival and fun children’s activities!
*PS: Parking for this year’s ceremony is available at Piedmont Virginia Community College with shuttle service to Monticello! We encourage you to be on a shuttle by 8:30 am to get to the ceremony on time; return shuttles from Monticello to PVCC will be available continuously until 3:00 pm. See you Friday for our July 4th Celebration!

July 4th at Monticello! >>

About Wright Flyer Guy

Darin is a single adoptive father, a teacher, playwright, and musical theatre director from Kettering, Ohio.
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