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4th of July Activities

Get ready for an exciting 4th of July filled with hot dogs, burgers, and of course, red white and blue attire!

Conshohocken Fireworks

A large group of people spectators watching and enjoying firework display in an outdoor celebration event. Several fireworks are exploding in the sky in a colorful display. The foreground are silhouette public audience and spectators. Photographed in horizontal format on location.

If you’re looking for a place to celebrate our nations Independence Day, where could be better than a park with your fellow community members. On July 3rd starting at dusk there will be a lovely display of fireworks along with other entertaining options during the day. The event is open to the public and will feature musical guests, vendors with delicious foods from around the area, and fun games with prizes and other activities the whole family can enjoy! The event takes place at Sutcliffe Park in Conshohocken, directions and more information can be found here:

Parade at Lafayette Hill

The Woodlands, Texas, USA - July 4, 2011:American flag on back of vehicle. The people in the background are preparing floats and rushing to join their group for the upcoming 4th of July parade.

A tradition as old as our country itself is to attend a 4th of July parade on our nation’s birthday! This parade starts at the Barren Hill Fire Company and it ends at Miles Park where a park-wide picnic starts. The parade starts at 10 am and the family picnic lasts as long as you and your family want it to! A 5 minute drive from Reserve at Creekside, this is an easy way to celebrate our Independence Day and get to know your community.

Community Picnic at Valley Forge Park

A beautiful autumn sunrise at Valley Forge. The National Memorial Arch is a monument dedicated to George Washington and the United States Continental Army. This monument is located at Valley Forge National Historical Park in Pennsylvania, USA.

There are few better places to celebrate the 4th of July than at the historic Valley Forge National Park. Throughout the day there will be activities of all kinds, from demonstrations of old black powder cannons, to arts an crafts, everyone in the family can find something to entertain themselves. The kids can have a chance to meet a convincing Benjamin Franklin and sign their name at the bottom of the Declaration of Independence! A mini-parade and a variety of tours are only some of the wonderful options the public has this 4th of July. If you get hungry don’t worry! Just take a walk over to the BBQ tent and get some delicious burgers, hot dogs, and a refreshing iced tea. More information about this wonderful event can be found here: