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Community calendar • June 19 - July 4

June 18
Hinesville Farmers Market
The Hinesville Market at Bradwell Park kicks off the 11th season on Thursday, June 18, in downtown Hinesville from 4 – 7 p.m. Market guests will notice that we have implemented some safety measures for a safe and healthy shopping experience. We will continue to observe social distancing guidelines and there will be one-way flow of traffic - with a single entrance and exit. There will be hand washing stations and hand sanitizers throughout the market, and a mask or face covering is recommended. No more than 25 guests will be allowed through the market at one time. The Hinesville Market at Bradwell Park is FREE and open to the public and will be held rain or shine every Thursday from 4 – 7 p.m. through October 29, 2020.

June 19

In celebration of World Sickle Cell Awareness Day – Tapestry Connections, Inc., a sickle cell awareness organization, is encouraging everyone to participate in the “Shine the Light on Sickle Cell Disease” community event on Friday, June 19. People are being asked to place a red light bulb on their porch to show your support and increase awareness of this disease that significantly impacts members of our community.

Save the date for the Hinesville Police Department summer 2020 installments of the Community Cookouts. HPD will be out in town on Fridays from 6 - 8 p.m. for cookouts in your district! Attendees will be able to grab a FREE hot dog, chips and a drink, visit with HPD and other vendors and play games - courtesy of the YMCA Liberty Branch’s Y on Wheels program. Final cookout will be Friday, June 19: Independence Place Apartments

FREE to the public. Rain dates for each of these cookouts will be the next day (Saturday) from 12 - 2 p.m. in the same location. For more information about the Community Cookouts, please contact S/Cpl. Kevin Remillard at or 912.408.8242.

June 20

The 20th Annual Walk to Dorchester will begin at 6:00 am at Briar Bay Park in Riceboro, Georgia. Diversity Health Center will perform prescreening activities (temperature checks and COVID-19 checklists) beginning at 5:30 A.M. They will also offer free COVId-19 tests.  COVID 19 precautions will be expected of all participants.  For more details, please visit or call 912-442-0018.

July 4

Fort Stewart Independence Day Celebration

Join us for an Independence Day Celebration unlike any other, the social distancing edition!

First we’ll rock out to the 3ID Rock Band starting at 2030. Then when it gets dark enough, at around 2130, we’ll top the night off with a fireworks display.

There will be two options for viewing the fireworks display. We invite audience members to tune their car radios to 90.1 for the fireworks background music. Event is open to authorized DOD ID card holders.

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