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Flying Squirrels Baseball & Fireworks
July 4 vs. Erie SeaWolves 6:35 pm
Independence Day Celebration Fireworks
Come celebrate Independence Day with 9,600 of your closest friends here at the Diamond! Then stay after for one of our best fireworks shows of the year! Presented by Virginia Putative Father Registry, Fas Mart, and Chick-fil-A.
Dogwood Dell Fireworks
Celebrate the fourth of July with music and fireworks at Dogwood Dell. Enjoy a free family Fourth of July celebration at Dogwood Dell with Carillon bells and Richmond Concert Band. Come a bit early to get a seat within the Dell, bring the family and friends, and of course your picnic supper. The concert begins at 7:30pm, just after the Carillon concert.
Fireworks at dusk.
HARDYWOOD PARK CRAFT BREWERYTUE, JUL 04, 2017
12:00 PM-6:00 PM
Hardywood has been hosting what’s arguably one of the most popular fireworks viewing parties for a few years now. And this year, they’re back at it again.
Join us in celebrating our nation’s birthday, beginning at 2pm! Live music all day, great eats from your favorite gourmet mobile food vendors, and tons of delicious draft and canned beer culminating in 4th of July fireworks over the Diamond.
Hardywood’s Independence Day Celebration will be open to the public, all ages with no entry fee. Bracelets will be available for people 21-years of age and over to purchase draft and cans — bring your IDs!
Ownby Ln. will be closed to traffic and we will have access to the field across the street from the brewery where a bounce house will be set up from 2-8pm for the kiddos!
GETTING TO THE BREWERY:
Hardywood will be accessible from Overbrook Rd. (which runs between Hermitage Rd. and Brook Rd.).
The fireworks will start immediately following the Flying Squirrels game at the Diamond.
Independence Day VIP Celebration at Sunday ParkJoin us for our annual July 4th VIP experience at The Boathouse at Sunday Park. Come enjoy a live DJ on the patio, delicious food, and a phenomenal firework display with a breathtaking view of the reservoir! A VIP ticket includes a seat for the fireworks and a picnic buffet. Buffet served from 6-9 p.m. $39.95 adults // 6-12 $13 // under 6 free .Make your reservation today at (804) 744-2545!
Time: 5:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Location: 4708 Old Main St
Richmond, VA 23231
Beaverdam Independence Parade and All-American CelebrationJuly 4 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Ruritan Club Concessions Open at 10 AM – Burgers, Dogs, Fries, Ice Cream, Candy, Drinks
11 AM – Elmore Hall’s Famous BBQ Chicken Dinners Available for Sale
Good Old-Fashioned for the Whole Family!
Face Painting, 3-Legged Races, Cornhole, and More
Parade Entry Competitions, Including Fire and Rescue
No Pre-Registration, Register for Judging Upon Arrival
9:00 AM Parade Line-Up Begins at Intersection of Beaverdam Road and Trainham Road
10:00 AM Parade Begins, Ending at the Beaverdam Ruritan Club
“Second” Classic Car & Street Road Show & Competition – Trophy Awards
Cruise in Front of the Parade to the Ruritan Park – Cars Judged at Ruritan Park at 11:45 AM
Must Register at Line Up & Parade Registration to Get a Number to be Judged
People’s Choice and Best in Each Category – Prior to 1939, 1940-59, 1960-79, 1980-1999
Miss Beaverdam Competition
Little Miss 2 – 5
Little Junior Miss 6 – 9
Junior Miss 10 – 12
Miss Beaverdam 13 – 18
Where: Beaverdam Ruritan Club, 18002 Teman Road, Beaverdam, VA 23015 (Inside the Building)
When: Thursday, June 22nd 6 PM to 7 PM AND Saturday, June 24th 10 AM to 12 Noon
July 4th Fireworks! Goochland Hosted by Goochland County Parks & Recreation. Park and watch the fireworks from Goochland County Administration building, Goochland Elementary, Middle and High School. This event is free! No alcohol allowed.
9 pm.Rain date: July 5th. 1800 Sandy Hook Rd, Goochland, Virginia 23063
MOUNT TRASHMORE PARK
TUE, JUL 04, 2017
Celebrate America’s independence with live music by local musicians, delicious foods, and of course, booming fireworks! When parking lots at Mount Trashmore Park are full, Edwin Drive between Independence Boulevard and South Boulevard may close.
Fourth of July Fireworks – Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg’s Visitor Center
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Celebrate the anniversary of the nation’s birth in the 18th Century City! Join Colonial Williamsburg for a special militia muster. Enjoy a salute to the 13 original states, featuring music performed by the Fifes and Drums, a display of the flags of each state, and the firing of muskets and cannon. The day concludes with fireworks visible from both Market Square and Palace Green.
FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION IN ASHLAND
Old-fashioned Fourth of July Fun!
Join us for this yearly old-fashioned July 4th parade & celebration! Parade begins at 11:00AM followed by a patriotic concert with Hanover Concert Band, food, games, Patriotic Pet Contest, Apple Pie Contest winners and more!
STAR SPANGLED CELEBRATION AT KINGS DOMINION
Join us as we pay tribute to our brave military service men and women and celebrate our independence with an event for the whole family! Plus – all active and retired military personnel get FREE admission to the park!
RED, WHITE & LIGHTS, A FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION
A Henrico County 4th of July Celebration has taken place annually since 1981, but this year’s event will offer a later start time, expanded hours, and features new entertainment. The free event begins at 4:30 p.m. and will feature the Richmond Symphony, a laser light show, patriotic performances, and family activities. Food trucks will be onsite to provide an evening meal or snack while guests enjoy the evenings performances. Red, White, and Lights is sponsored by Henrico County and Genworth. Guests are encouraged to arrive early, the event opens at 4:30 p.m.
THOMAS JEFFERSON’S MONTICELLOTUE, JUL 04, 2017
There is no more inspirational place to celebrate the Fourth of July than Monticello, the home of the author of the Declaration of Independence. Since 1963, more than 3,000 people from every corner of the globe have taken the oath of citizenship at the annual Monticello Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony.
We hope you will join us at 9 am for the Annual Independence Day Celebration and Naturalization Ceremony on Monticello’s West Lawn — one of America’s most moving July 4 events and the largest naturalization ceremony held outside of a courtroom.
This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are required for house tours. House tours begin after the ceremony.
FOURTH OF JULY AT LEWIS GINTER
TUE, JUL 04, 2017
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden and CarMax are pleased to announce CarMax’s Free Fourth of July at the Garden. All visitors to the Garden will receive free admission throughout the day (9 a.m. – 5 p.m.) Scheduled activities in the Children’s Garden from 1 – 4 p.m.
Guests are invited to wear red, white and blue and bring wagons and strollers to decorate for a “parade” in the Children’s Garden at 2 p.m.
“GIVE ME LIBERTY OR GIVE ME DEATH” INDEPENDENCE DAY RE-ENACTMENTST. JOHN’S CHURCH
TUE, JUL 04, 2017
Since 1976, St. John’s Church Foundation has presented historical reenactments at the original location of the Second Virginia Convention of March 1775. Professional actors in 1770s attire portray ten delegates, including Patrick Henry, Thomas Jefferson, and George Washington. The delegates engage in the debates and arguments of the Second Virginia Convention, which lead up to Patrick Henry’s immortal “Give me liberty or give me death!” speech.
These events are FREE, with a suggested donation.
Reservations are available for groups of ten or more for fee, up to 100 reserved seats
Celebrate summer with a fireworks spectacular. This event inspires park-goers through fireworks and moving original soundscapes.
Independence Day – July 3 & 4 @ 9:30PM
Every Friday July 7 – August 25 @ 9:45PM
Chesterfield July 4th CelebrationTue, July 4, 6pm – 10pm
Chesterfield County Fairgrounds, 10300 Courthouse Rd, Chesterfield, VA 23832,
Celebrate Independence Day with a spectacular fireworks display at dark, preceded by activities for children including inflatables, food vendors and musical entertainment by KOS and the Chesterfield Community Band, plus roving entertainers and much more. Bring blankets or lawn chairs. No alcohol, glass bottles, pets or personal fireworks allowed. All bags and coolers will be subject to search.
Tuesday, July 4 – Gates open at 5 p.m. and the road closes at 8:30 p.m. (or when the parking lots are full.) No rain date.
Call 748-1992 for more information.