“The flag is the embodiment, not of sentiment, but of history.” – Woodrow Wilson
This Fourth of July let us embody our freedom and celebrate the liberties we’ve been granted. Orange County has got a great list of family engaging, community building, music filled events for all to enjoy. Venues listed are outdoors in consideration to COVID restrictions.
And did you know……
Americans on average eat 150 million hot dogs during the 4th !
And to that, let’s eat!
07 :00 AM (ALL DAY EVENT)
220 S Imperial Hwy, Anaheim, CA 92807, Anaheim Hills, California 92807
For over three decades, The Anaheim Hills fireworks show has been a hallmark to community members. Supported by the Anaheim Hills Community Council non-profit organization, the full day of activities fosters economic prosperity and community engagement for businesses and residents of the community. Celebrating the 245th year of independence, the city of Anaheim hills has created a day dedicated to family fun!
Centennial Park 10th Annual Fourth of July Celebration
Join the city of Santa Ana at Centennial Park where the sun rays meet the lakes waters for its 10th Annual Fourth of July Celebration. Park is dog friendly, and has vast areas to sit and enjoy the view of the lake. This even will come with live music, activities for children, delicious food trucks, and a firework finale at 9:00 PM. For event details please contact special events office at (714) 571-4227.
Horray it’s All about the kids!
A great way to start off the fourth of July weekend, engage the kids with story time at Tustin library. There is no registration required and any inquiries can be asked by calling 714-544-7725.
Pretend City Children’s Museum
10:00-12:30PM & 1:30PM- 4:00PM
Bring the kids to learn about the history of Independence Day! Activities include firework art, story time “The Night Before the Fourth of July”, and Lady Liberty Says game. Activities support language and literacy development as well as physical development.
The Great American Kid’s Bike Parade
Catch some sun with the kids and bring along your decorated Independence Day themed bike for The Great American Kid’s Bike Parade. Hosted by Justin Rudd and his Community Action Team, the 2-mile bike ride comes with a beautiful view of the beach. Sponsors associated with this free event are the Port of Long Beach, Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers, and Councilwoman Suzie Price. Visit Website for free registration.
Knott’s Berry Farm July 4th Fireworks
Show at 9:30PM-10:30PM
Join Snoopy and the Peanuts gang this Independence Day at Knotts Berry Farm to celebrate Independence Day! Many activities at the park including Ghost Town Alive! and nighttime Knott’s Summer Nights Party will be taking place for all to enjoy. The family friendly fireworks show starts at 9:30PM and best spots can be located on the Knott’s Berry Farm map available online with ticketing information as well.