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Have a Safe and Happy Fourth of July!


We want to wish everyone a safe and happy Fourth of July. Please remember that the pharmacy will be closed on Thursday to celebrate the holiday.

Don’t forget that festivities will get underway for the holiday at Pastime Park beginning at 12 pm. There will be food trucks, games, and bounce houses for the kids.

The parade through Plain City begins at 3 pm with the line up starting at 2 pm. Anyone can be in the parade. If you are interested, you can fill out a parade form by going HERE. Return the form to Ashley McKnight at amcknight@plain-city.com or to Linda Granger at lgranger@plain-city.com. You may also drop off the forms at the municipal building located at 213 S. Chillicothe Street in Plain City.

The Grand Marshal for the parade this year will be the members and coaches of the State Champion Lady Pioneers Softball Team! What a great way to honor these amazing young women and their coaches.

Live music begins at 6 pm in Pastime Park and ends with the Dublin Symphony performing patriotic music during the fireworks which begin at 9:45 pm.

For more information on the July 4th Festivities in Plain City, please visit the village web site HERE.


The Plain City Farmers Market will also return for its 9th Year beginning on July 4 and continuing through October 3. The hours for the Market are 4:30 pm to 7 pm at the corner of South Chillicothe and Main Street. For more information, visit the UPCO Site HERE.

If you have an emergency and need to reach a pharmacist over the holiday weekend, please call the after hours number at 614-873-0020.

We will reopen on Friday, July 5, at 9 am, and will be open regular hours (until 6 pm).

Please have a safe and enjoyable holiday!

Remember: Please keep your pets inside where they will not be scared by the area fireworks. More dogs get lost and escape from their owners at firework events or from backyards at this time of year than any other. The local shelters are inundated by lost pets who are scared by all the loud noises.


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