A pair of movies in the park, downtown block parties, a car show and Independence Day activities are among the outdoor events planned in Williamsburg between now and the end of the summer.
On July 2, “City Heat” will perform as part of the summer block party season.
All of the block parties are scheduled to take place from 8 – 11 p.m. on their scheduled date at Bill Woods Park. In the event of inclement weather, the block parties will be moved to the Williamsburg Tourism and Convention Center.
Williamsburg’s Independence Day celebration activities will take place on Saturday, July 3, this year due to the Fourth of July falling on a Sunday.
The first movies in the park will take place on July 9 in Bill Woods Park. It will start at “dark-thirty.”
On July 16, another block party is planned with “Superfecta” performing.
The following day on July 17, the inaugural Cumberland River Cruise-In will take place, which is slated to be a monthly car show starting in 2022. It will take place from noon – 7 p.m. around the old Whitley County Courthouse.
The second movies in the park will take place on July 23, and will also be at Bill Woods Park at “dark-thirty.”
The final block party of the season is scheduled for July 30 with “Usual Suspects” taking the stage.
The second Cumberland River Cruise-In is slated for Aug. 21.
In addition, the Whitley County Farmer’s Market takes place from 5-7 p.m. each Thursday at Bill Woods Park.