'Fireworks Celebrations & Family Fun'
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Happy Birthday America! Wawa invites you to Wawa Welcome America, from June 28th through July 4th! 7 days and 50 FREE events including concerts and fireworks. It all starts with Wawa Hoagie Day on Thursday, June 28 at Independence Mall. We’re serving seven tons of Wawa hoagies…. Free! And, as always, we will pay special tribute to our community heroes and invite all visitors to enjoy a free day at the National Constitution Center. Hope to see you at Wawa Welcome America!
• Wawa Welcome America - Concert & Fireworks – Delaware River Waterfront at the Riverstage at Penns Landing- Philly. Fireworks at 9:30pm (Event runs from July 28th - July 4th - Fireworks on July 4th at 10pm) - welcomeamerica.com
• Mt Pocono - Come to Honesdale's beautiful Central Park on Monday, July 2 for fun, food, music and a fantastic fireworks display from Irving Cliff. The celebration begins at 6:30pm with children's activities, vendors and entertainment in the park. In case of rain, event will be moved to Friday, July 6. rain date July 3, 2017Time: Festivities begin: 6:30pm; Fireworks begin at dusk Price: Free; donations accepted
•Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs - Coca-Cola Park - 1050 IronPigs Way, Allentown, PA 18109. Patriotic Themed Fireworks
• Scranton – Scrantastic Spectacular Dates: July 3, 2018 Location: Downtown Scranton Address: Scranton, PA Time: 4:00 PM There will be music and other entertainment on the square, plus plenty of food and things for the kids to do
•East Stroudsburg- Shawnee Mountain Starts at Dusk- Shawnee Mountain Ski Area (401 Hollow Rd in East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania 18301)
•Mount Pocono – Mt. Airy Casino Resort- 9:30pm *Complimentary and open to the public.
• Skytop Lodge - 1 Skytop Lodge Road - $10 per carload
Hersheypark: 10:15 p.m. July 4.
• Allentown Fireworks and Street Festival - The City of Allentown’s 4th of July Celebration will take place inside J. Birney Crum Stadium on Wednesday, July 4th from 6:30pm-9:30pm. The festival features live music, family friendly entertainment, delicious food options from local and regional mobile food vendors and a rousing musical fireworks show. The Celebration is a free event open to the public.
•City of Bethlehem Fireworks - 9pm - Sand Island / Levitt Pavilion at Steel Stacks
•East Stroudsburg – American Freedom Festival at Dansbury Park: Enjoy this two-day festival in East Stroudsburg's Dansbury Park. Bring the family and enjoy carnival rides and games, food trucks and vendors, live music and entertainment. Free fireworks Wednesday at dusk.
- Date: July 3, 2018 - July 4, 2018
- Recurring daily
- Time: Tuesday: 3-9pm; Wednesday: 3-11pm
- Price: Free!
•Quakertown-at 9:30pmWhere: Memorial Park 600 Mill Street in Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951Find more fireworks displays in Bucks County
•Wilkes Barre- Independence Day Celebration Old Fashioned 4th of July Celebration Kirby ParkFestivities begin at 12:00 PM and continue until the end of the fireworks
•Lake Wallenpaupack - Fireworks will be featured over the lake July 4th at 9:15pm More info here: http://www.visitwaynecounty.com/event/Annual_Fireworks_over_Lake_Wallenpaupack/7/4/2018
•South Whitehall (Dorney Park) - Regular Park Admission Required - 9:30pm Celebrate July 4th all weekend long with fireworks, an All You Care to Eat Cookout, special offers, and more! Plus - all active and retired military personnel get FREE admission to the park! A limited number of tickets are available. Ticket sales will end for each event when tickets are sold out or at midnight prior to the event day.
Bethlehem: Concert by the American Legion Band of Bethlehem, 7:30 p.m. July 4, Payrow Plaza, City Hall, 12 E. Church St., followed by fireworks at 9 p.m. July 4 from Sand Island.
Lake Wallenpaupack: 9 p.m. July 4. Rain date, July 5.
POST JULY 4TH FIREWORKS & CELEBRATIONS:
•Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs - Coca-Cola Park - 1050 IronPigs Way, Allentown, PA 18109. Tom Petty Themed Fireworks
•Norco Fair Fireworks(Rain Date is July 7th) - 10:30pm - Rt 724 east of Coventry Mall in Pottstown,PA; Event runs July 2nd to Sat July 7th
Danielsville: July 6. Woodstone Country Club and Lodge, 3777 Dogwood Road
Honesdale: Dusk July 2, Honesdale's Central Park. Rain date, July 6.
•Breiningsville/Upper Macungie - 2018 Independence Day Fireworks Spectacular will take place Saturday, July 7, 2018 at the Earl Adams Memorial Park (Breinigsville Park).Rain date Sunday, July 8, 2017.
• Jim Thorpe - Memorial Park at 10pm - Family Fun starts at 3pm with rides, games & food.
• Sunny Rest Lodge Fireworks –Fireworks at 9:30pm - Sunny Rest Resort Lodge - 425 Sunny Rest Rd, Palmerton, PA 18071
•Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs - Coca-Cola Park - 1050 IronPigs Way, Allentown, PA 18109. Harry Potter Themed Fireworks
Emerald Fireworks and Picnic - Slatington, PA - Picnic Starts at 4:30pm with Pony Rides, Cake Walk, Music, Food, Games & more. Fireworks at 10:30pm. Rain Date: July 10th. Parking is $5 per car; $1 Walk in.
Lake Harmony: dusk, July 7. Rain date, July 8.
Lehighton: July 7, rain date, July 8
Riverside Barr and Grille: 10 p.m. July 7. 5801 N. Delaware Drive, Easton. Part of Red, White and Brew Festival.
Split Rock Resort: 9 p.m. July 7. Rain date, July 8.
Easton's heritage Day - Fireworks display over the Forks of the Delaware. Full day of activities for Easton's Heritage Day . Festivities start at 11 a.m. around Centre Square and continue until the fireworks end at 10:30 p.m. Musical performers, food, historical re-enactments and more.
Perkasie: 9:15 p.m. July 8, Lenape Park. Part of Pennridge Community Day celebration. Rain date, July 15.
Topton Borough –Fireworks Splash Bash at Topton Memorial Pool- Start time is 7pm(Rain Date is 7/14
August 3, 4, and 5 - Das Awkscht Festival - One of the country's largest antique and classic car displays. Food, crafts, flea markets, toy show, and fireworks will be featured. Macungie Memorial Park- Fireworks on Sat Aug 5th at 9:30pm
Allentown: Independence Sunday, 10:30 a.m. July 1, Zion's Liberty Bell United Church of Christ, 620 Hamilton St. Worship service featuring the reading of the Declaration of Independence. During the service, two dozen participants reenact the protests of the colonists by reading sections of the Declaration, punctuated by the ringing of Allentown's Liberty Bell. Community members are invited to participate; children will receive three-corner hats and "mop caps" to wear. Free-will offering. 610-435-2412.
Allentown: National Bell Ringing Ceremony: 1:30-2:30 p.m. July 4 at Liberty Bell Museum, 622 Hamilton St. Tours of the exhibit “Last One In: American Ideals in Conflict with American Attitudes.” Story time for children, craft project and coloring pages. Pip the Mouse will ring the Liberty Bell replica at 2 p.m. $2; $1, ages 5-17; free for chidren 4 and younger, members. . 610-435-4232, www.libertybellmuseum.org.
Allentown: 6:30-9:30 p.m. July 4, J. Birney Crum Stadium, 21st and Linden streets, includes dance performance by Xcape Hip-Hop Dance Group and Sharon Plessi School of Dance, music by Woodside Avenue, Scott Marshall and Marshall’s Highway Band, James Supra Blues Band and Billy Bauer Band, musical fireworks show in the stadium (9:30 p.m.). Rain date, July 5. www.allentownpa.gov/fireworks.
Breinigsville: July 7. Concessions open 3 p.m. Music by the Municipal Band of Allentown, 7 p.m.; old-fashioned patriotic sing-along, 8:15 p.m.; patriotic readings, 9:10 p.m. Fireworks at dusk. Rain date, July 8. Earl Adams Memorial Park (Breinigsville Park), 8935 Breinigsville Road. www.bvillefireworks.com.
Coca-Cola Park "Fourth on the Field": 6 p.m. July 4. Carnival-style event with music including The SwingTime Dolls, inflatables, Tootsie the Clown, access to Red Robin Kids Zone, face painting, balloon art, appearances by IronPigs mascots, food trucks, fireworks. Tickets: $6; free, 2 and under. Parking: $5. 610-841-1214, www.ironpigsbaseball.com.
Danielsville: Food and drink, music by James Supra and Sarah Ayers, a bungee jump, a bounce house, helicopter rides, a wild giant 70-foot slip and slide and fireworks. 5-10 p.m. July 6. Woodstone Country Club and Lodge, 3777 Dogwood Road, Danielsville, $15; $10, ages 3 and under. http://woodstonegolf.clubhouseonline-e3.com/
Easton Heritage Day: July 8. Reading of the Declaration of Independence, tours, Colonial and Civil War reenactors, live music, children's entertainment, crafts, parade, fireworks at 9:30 p.m. Centre Square and Scott Park, www.heritageday.org.
East Stroudsburg: American Freedom Festival, 3-9 p.m. July 3 and 3-11 p.m. July 4. Carnival rides and games, food trucks and vendors, live music and entertainment, fireworks at dusk July 4, Dansbury Park. www.eastburgalliance.com..
Honesdale's Independence Day: Activities begin at 6:30 p.m. July 2 in Central Park with children's bounce house, vendors, and entertainment by The Dixieland All-stars (6:30 p.m.) and The Crystal Band (8 p.m.), fireworks at dusk. Rain date, July 6.
Jim Thorpe: Stay at Home Festival, 3-10 p.m. July 7, Jim Thorpe Memorial Park, 101 E. 10th St. Rides, games, food, face painting, music by The Pennsylvania Villagers (3-5 p.m.), The Bee Knees (5:30-7:30 p.m.) and Nightwind( 8-10 p.m.). Fireworks at 10 p.m. Rain or shine. www.jtfestival.com.
Kutztown: Kutztown Folk Festival. Fourth of July Festival Ceremony (11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.); Dave Kline and the 4th of July Folk Fest Band (1 p.m. and 4 p.m.).
Lehighton Heritage Weekend: July 6: Vendors in the park (5-9 p.m.), music in the park by The pennsylvania Villagers 7 p.m.July 7: Antiques appraisal with Harry Rinker (9 p.m.-4 p.m., Lehighton Annex, 110 N. Third St.; $10; $15, two items, 610-730-0041), vendors in the park (noon-11 p.m.), music by The Belle Tones, 7 p.m. in the park, fireworks at 10 p.m.. July 8: church in the park, 10 a.m., vendors in the park (noon-5 p.m.), Heritage Coaster Race (a local tradition of boxcar style racing that dates back to 1923), 2 p.m., Second Street. Lehighton Borough Park, One Constitution Ave.
Macungie: Old Fashioned Fourth of July picnic. Begins 10 a.m. July 4 at Macungie Memorial Park with a parade of bikes, scooters, wagons and strollers, followed by activities including a duck race in the creek (11 a.m.; $5 per duck), Macungie Band performance (11:30 a.m.), fire department and ambulance corps displays, contests and games. Also, Bear Swamp Derby (races of Matchbox type cars down a track). www.macungiepark.com.
Nazareth Kazoo Parade and Patriotic Program: Parade begins 9:30 a.m. July 4 at the high school and marches to council chambers on Center Street for a patriotic program featuring grand marshal, Russell E. Siegfried, Navy reserve veteran and entertainment by Sing For America.
Palmer Township: 20th annual Firecracker Four-Mile Race and Run, July 4, sponsored by Family YWCA of Easton, Phillipsburg and Vicinity. Fairview Park, 3501 Fairview Ave., Palmer Township. Registration at 7 a.m. Starting time is 8:30 a.m., run; 8:35 a.m., walk; 9:30 a.m., Kids Fun Run. Entry fee: $25; $10, ages 8-11; free, ages 7 and under. www.gv-ymca.org/branches/easton.
Pennridge Community Day: Noon-6 p.m. July 8. Pony rides, canoe races, contests, games, fireworks (9:15 p.m.), Lenape Park, Route 152, Perkasie. Rain date, July 15.
Quakertown: Community Day: July 4. Memorial Park. Includes food, live music, car show, games and fireworks (9:45 p.m.).
Riverside Bar and Grill: Red, White & Brew Festival, July 7. Music by Psych and The Norm, food and drink specials, fireworks (10 p.m.). Admission: free, before 6 p.m.; $8. N. Delaware Drive, Easton. www.riversidebar.com.
Sellersville: 10:30 a.m. July 4. Bell ringing ceremony at Sellersville Museum.
Shawnee: Shawnee Mountain Ski Area Independence Day celebration 7 p.m. July 3. Includes Uncle Sam Stilt Walker, Mark Clark's All-American Magic Show, food and craft vendors and fireworks at dusk. Rain date, July 6. Admission: $10 per car. Benefits Shawnee Volunteer Fire Company.
Skippack Village: July 4. Festivities begin at 6 p.m. at Palmer Park include games, vendors, face painting, music by The Vincent james Band, fireworks at dusk.
SteelStacks: Events July 3: Comedians Matt Candio and Jon Lunger recreate the 1996 classic Independence Day live on-stage,( 8-9:30 p.m., Frank Banko Alehouse Cinema; $8, $7.50 students, seniors, $7, members); Call Your Mamma (8-11 p.m.;TD Community Stage). July 4: Meet the Mayor (9-11 p.m.: Community Stage on the Air Products Town Square); The Allentown Band (7:30 p.m.; Levitt Pavilion.), viewing of the Bethlehem fireworks. Also, Kids Kite Building, patriotic craft activity, face painting, bounce house, food vendors.
Skytop Lodge: July 3, Route 390. Music by Dixieland Band, 6:30 p.m., concession stand items, fireworks a dusk. $10, car.
Wawa Welcomes America Festival: Features more than 50 events in Center City and across Philadelphia with the theme “Welcoming the World With Love.” Activities kick off noon June 28 at Independence Mall and finish on July 4 with a concert featuring Pitbull, the Philly POPS and singer/songwriter Heather Headley, a parade and fireworks in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Other highlights include three concerts at Independence Hall: a gospel performance by more than 150 singers and dancers, a tribute to the 2018–19 Broadway Philadelphia season; and a Philly POPS performance starring Heather Headley on July 3 and The United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” concert of patriotic tunes (8 p.m. June 30) followed by fireworks 9:30 p.m.) June 30 at Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing. www.wawawelcomeamerica.com.