I am often reminded of why we moved to and love to live in Tega Cay South Carolina. The 4th of July is a good example of why we live here. The 4th was a busy day in Tega Cay SC this year. In fact the 4th of July is always full of fun activities in Tega Cay. I am not sure why you would travel somewhere else during the 4th if you live in Tega Cay especially with the high gas prices. Here is a short list of the planned events that went on for the 4th of July in Tega Cay.
The Land Parade began at 9AM. The Land Parade theme was “Tega Cay’s 26th Anniversary”
There were floats with music, big trucks, several groups of the Shiners,
and Star Wars characters and the Fort Mill High Band was marching and playing!
The Windjammer Park Party started at 10:00 a.m. Loads of fun! Canoe Joust, Ski Show and Boat Parade! The Boat Parade started at 11:30am.
The Ski Show was performed by the award-winning Carolina Show Ski Team. The show included comedy, skills and amazing water ski stunts.
The Lions Fish Fry was at the Glennon Center around 4:30pm.
The day ended with the City’s Birthday Party, Fireworks and Dance. The birthday party began around 8:00 p.m. which was followed by fireworks at 9:30 p.m. outside on the Tega Cay Golf Course. There was a dedication of the new Glennon Center building, the speaker was Congressman Spratt and Mayor Runde gave the State of the City. And the dance went on at the Glennon Center until Midnight!
The day was non stop fun. So, if you are considering relocating to the Charlotte Metro area , take a look at the Tega Cay area. It’s just minutes south of Charlotte. The schools are great. The city is on a peninsula of Lake Wylie. And if you like a small town look and feel that is full of friendly, fun people come to Tega Cay South Carolina. If you are interested in reading more about our area here are some other similar posts and links: