Full Day of Events Scheduled at Fort Vancouver to Celebrate the Fourth! [...]
The 4th of July around Clark County, WA is always hopping with [...]
It is that time of year...time to celebrate with friends, family and fireworks. For us that live and play in Clark County, WA the 4th of July is so much than the pyrotechnics that light up the sky after dusk. We take pride in showing our red, white and blue, truly embracing the celebration of our country's independence. To match our enthusiasm about this holiday, you will find activities all around town kicking off early in the day and lasting until that firework finale.
Last call for volunteers for Independence Day Celebration at Fort Vancouver! The Fort Vancouver National Trust still has openings for dedicated volunteers to lend a hand at one of Vancouver's most iconic summer events: Independence Day at Fort Vancouver on Monday, July 4th, 2016. Last year than 250 volunteers helped at the event, which was attended by than 35,000 people.
While the Independence Day Celebrations at Fort Vancouver will end with an exciting Fireworks extravaganza, the entire day is going to be a BLAST! Come celebrate the Fourth of July at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site all day and into the night on Monday, July 4, 2016 starting at 8 am.
The July 4th celebration in Ridgefield is a 100+ year old tradition and just keeps getting better and better. Sponsored by the Port of Ridgefield, this year this event gets a little wild to honor the independence of this great nation.
March...ride...or watch and wave at the Annual Felida 4th of July Parade...this is the perfect way for kids ages 2 to 92 to show off their red, white and blue.
What better way to spend July 4th than having some old time fun! Come on out to the Yacolt Rendezvous Days 2017| Old Tyme Fun and Games Day. Bring the whole family out for this FREE event.
Ever since I was a child, I always loed forward to going to the Fireworks Show at Fort Vancouver, and I still do; my dog, however, is not a big fan of fireworks. Unlike people, pets don’t associate the noise, flashes, and burning smell of pyrotechnics with celebrations; and usually panic at the sights, smells and sounds happening on the fourth.