Happy 4th of July! I just put together this list of super ideas for this wonderful long 4th of July weekend. I hope everyone has a safe, happy and enjoyable holiday weekend with friends and families. Please do not forget our Veterans!!! Thank you!
Waterfront Blues Festival
Where: Tom McCall Waterfront Park: 10:00 p.m.
Where: SE Spokane Street
When: 9:55 p.m. show
What: The park is open all day for rides and entertainment.
How Much: Admission is $5 for adults and $2 for anyone under 15.
Blue Lake Park
Where: NE 223rd Ave and Marine Drive
What: The park is open all day and the fireworks begin at dusk. There's also live music this year. (The Stingrays from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.; Aguamiel from 6 to 7:30 p.m.; Linda Hornbuckle from 8 to 10 p.m.)
How Much: $10 per vehicle or $15 for large vans.
Vancouver National Historic Reserve.
Where: The Fort Vancouver National Historic Site is located at 612 E. Reserve St in Vancouver, WA). What: The fireworks display at Fort Vancouver is BACK! This year's celebration is bigger than ever. The park opens at 8 a.m. and there will be four stages of entertainment. The fireworks begin at 10:05 p.m.
How Much: General Admission is $7 at the gate and $5 if you buy in advance. Get advance tickets online. There is also Prime Viewing Area Seating available for $50.00 if you're over 21, $25 if you're under 21. Buy tickets here.
83rd Annual Molalla Buckeroo Rodeo Molalla Buckeroo Grounds 815 Shirley Street Molalla, OR 97038
Starting on June 30, the Molalla Buckeroo is a large rodeo event in the small town of Molalla. There are many events throughout the rodeo including dances, a carnival, a golf tournament, parade, barbeque contest and more. The rodeo is capped off by a fireworks display not only on the 4th of July but also on July 2nd and 3rd as well.
St. Paul Rodeo Celebrates its 75th Anniversary-Each evening is topped off with a spectacular fireworks display following the rodeo performance. This festive display is indicative of the energy and pride exhibited within the community as it celebrates this most patriotic of holidays. Fireworks are set off on the West side of town and can be seen from just about anywhere in town www.stpaulrodeo.com/
General Canby Days Wait Park Canby, OR
Starting at 7:30 AM with a pancake breakfast, the festival includes an art show, car show, food booths, entertainment, book sale, parade, and demonstrations. The fireworks display starts at 10:00 PM.
Family Festival Happy Valley City Park,13770 SE Ridgecrest Rd Happy Valley, OR
This family festival includes a parade, food, entertainment and a fireworks display in the evening. There is also a children's area with a petting zoo, mini golf and more. One other feature of this year's festival is "Happy Valley Idol". Season 2 finalist Kimberly Caldwell will be a guest judge.
Oregon City and Gladstone 4th of July Celebration Clackamette Park 1955 Clackamette Dr Oregon City, OR Two cities combine forces for this 4th of July fireworks display. Also featured are food booths and live entertainment. The park has access to the Willamette and Clackamas rivers for water fun during the day Fireworks can be viewed from Clackamette Park as well as Meldrum Bar Park in Gladstone.
Hillsboro Fourth of July Parade: 10 a.m. The parade, which has been presented every year since 1926, travels through downtown Hillsboro beginning at Grant Street and Third Avenue; it ends at Grant Street and Delsey Road. For more information, call 503-844-9778 or visit www.hillsbororotary.org
Seaside-July 4th Fireworks Display On The Beach After Dark Boasting One of The Finest Fireworks Shows Anywhere On The West Coast. The Display is Sure To Cap Off A Memorable Day For All The Family http://www.seasidechamber.com/events/4thofjuly/
Way too may to list...but I thought this maybe helpful.
Please enjoy your time and remember our Troops!
David Waite, P.C.
Real Estate Broker
John L. Scott Market Center
855 NE 25th Ave
Hillsboro, OR 97124
Direct 503-628-4558 Cell 503-887-5323