The Waterloo Bucks kick off a four-game home stand over the July 4th weekend this Friday. The four nights include: fireworks, an Honor Flight jersey auction, a kids candy hunt, and Buck Night.

FRIDAY, JULY 3, 2015:
First pitch is set for 7:05 PM.  It's the Northwoods League's "Second Half Opening Night" at Riverfront Stadium. Stick around after the game for a fireworks show. The night is presented by Clean Laundry.

SATURDAY, JULY 5, 2015:
It's an early start time (5:05 PM), so everyone can still catch area fireworks displays throughout the Cedar Valley. It’s also the Bucks’ inaugural “Independence Day Jersey Auction” to support Honor Flight. Special ‘Independence Day’ themed jerseys will be worn by Bucks players at the game presented by The Screaming Eagle, The Dirty Dog and The Wild Hare American Bars & Grills. The jerseys will be sold via silent auction during the game, with all proceeds benefiting Honor Flight.

The first 1,000 fans through the gate will receive a Military Heroes Card set. This Card set recognizes Military members throughout the Cedar Valley. After the game, fans are encouraged to stay as we recognize our Military Heroes in our Card set. Fans are also welcome to stay after the recognition to sit in the outfield and watch the Cedar Valley Jaycees Fireworks at the Cattle Congress that night.

SUNDAY, JULY 5, 2015:
First pitch is set for 3:35 PM.  After the game, Kids 12 and under are encouraged to stay for the Kids Candy Hunt. Candy will be spread out throughout the outfield for kids to race to pick up!

MONDAY, JULY 6, 2015:
First pitch scheduled for 7:05 PM. Every Monday home game, get regular hot dogs for just $1.50, plus 10 oz. draft beer, 12 oz. sodas, small popcorn, and ice cream sandwiches are just $1 each! Sponsored by K-98.5.