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The biggest event of the summertime is just around the corner- July 4th! Celebrate America’s independence at these fantastic July 4th events happening in Montgomery County:

Springfield Township Rotary Club – Carnival
June 27, 2015 at Dusk
Springfield Township High School
1801 E Paper Mill Road Erdenheim, Pennsylvania 19038
Carnival rides, lots of food, games, music and fireworks!

Ambler Kiwanis Fourth of July
July 3, 2015 at Dusk
Wissahickon High School, 521 Houston Road, Ambler, Pennsylvania 19002
WRIST BANDS provide for unlimited rides on the day purchased and will be available every night except firework night. On Fireworks night, they ask for a voluntary donation of $5 per car – but welcome donations of $5, $10 or $20 to help offset the costs and fund the good works of the Kiwanis Club of Ambler.

Conshohocken Independence Day
July 3, 2015 at Dusk
Sutcliffe Park, West 9th & Freedley Street, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428
Conshohocken’s fireworks are an annual July 3rd tradition.

Abington America the Beautiful Fireworks
July 4, 2015 at 9:00pm; Rain date is Sunday, the 5th.
Abington High School, 900 Highland Ave. Abington, Pennsylvania 19001
A big city-styled patriotic celebration in a real Americana, small town setting” has proven to be an apt description of the yearly and stirring marking of America’s birth each July 4th in Glenside, an unincorporated area shared by Abington and Cheltenham Townships in eastern Montgomery County, PA.
Next scheduled for Saturday, July 4th, the three-tiered event features a grand starburst of patriotism, starting with a morning children’s program in a local park, then a huge, colorful parade at 4 p.m. and finally an after-dark fireworks spectacular above Abington High School’s athletic and playing fields.  All are admission-free and sponsored by the non-profit Greater Glenside Patriotic Association (GGPA) and its volunteer membership. Over recent years the community’s action-filled July 4th observance has drawn record-breaking crowds while becoming the biggest, family friendly Independence Day Celebration in Greater Philadelphia’s tri-state suburbs. Highlighting the celebration will be the 112th Annual Grand, Glorious, Patriotic Parade, among America’s oldest consecutively run July 4th marches.  Starting in Abington at Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 676, Jenkintown and Edge Hill Rds., the 1.5-mile parade route runs east along Jenkintown Rd., turns south onto Easton Rd. through the heart of the Glenside business district, and then moves east on Waverly Rd. for two blocks and its conclusion at Waverly and Keswick Ave. in Cheltenham.

Offering a variety of musical features, the parade is expected to include the Caesar Rodney Brass Marching Band, from Wilmington DE; the Raiders Drum & Bugle Corps, from north New Jersey; the Olde Barracks Fifes & Drums, of Trenton, NJ; the Marching Cobras from The Bronx, NY; The Rajah Shrine Band from Reading, PA; the Philadelphia Freedom Band; the Fralinger and Hegeman String Bands of Philadelphia Mummers’ fame; Brian Boru Pipes and Drums, from King of Prussia, PA; the Timoney Irish Dancers, of Glenside; Corpoprales San Simon, a massive Bolivian-American dance troupe from Alexandria, VA; the Square Club Band, of Dresher, PA; the Cassidy Dancers, of Glenside; the Ulster Scottish Pipe Band, of Bucks County, PA; from Allentown, PA, the Grand Master Band Organ of Dennis Robinson; and more.

More than 1,000 shells will be launched in the celebration’s “America the Beautiful Aerial Fireworks Spectacular,” expected to start about 9 p.m.  The firing line will be in the Abington Township Maintenance Yard on Florey Lane, east of Easton Rd.

The GGPA’s holiday activities will begin at 10 a.m. with the “We Love America Children’s Program” at Renninger Memorial Park, Keswick Ave. and Waverly Rd. in south Glenside, Cheltenham Township.

5274855_origNarberth 4th of July Celebration
July 4, 2015 at 9:30pm
Narbeth Playground, 100 Conway Ave. Narberth, Pennsylvania 19072
Our signature event has become the biggest Fourth of July celebration and fireworks display on the Main Line. It is easily the biggest event in Narberth each year, and is eagerly anticipated by local adults and children alike. From 10am to 2pm, the park becomes a carnival of fun family activities, with food, parades, races, contests, carnival games, a dunking booth and much more. At night is an amazing fireworks display, worthy of any town, that attracts thousands of our neighbors from our communities on and around the Main Line.

Waltz Golf Farm Fireworks
July 4, 2015 at 9:45pm
Waltz Golf Farm 303 West Ridge Pike, Limerick, Pennsylvania 19468
21st anniversary having fireworks!  This year’s show is dedicated to the memory of Bill Waltz.

Skippack 4th of July Parade & Fireworks
July 4, 2015 at Dusk
Palmer Park, 4048 Creamery Road, Skippack, Pennsylvania 19426
Parade starts at 11AM down Route 73 and continues through the village. After the parade, there will be a free concert in the park, a BBQ at 3pm and fireworks at dusk. Live music starts at 6pm.

Norristown Independence Day
July 4, 2015 at Dusk
Elmwood Park, Harding Blvd. Norristown, Pennsylvania 19401
A day full of events! Festivities will include live entertainment, vendors, Kid activities and much more!

  • 10:30am Parade begins at Airy & Swede Streets
  • 12:00pm Entertainment at Bandshell
  • 12:30pm Old School
  • 6:30pm Sofa Kings
  • 8:00pm Fireworks

Lower Providence Township / Eagleville
July 4, 2015 at Dusk
Eagleville Park, 100 Parklane Drive, Eagleville, Pennsylvania 19403
The town’s tradition includes food, family, & fun.  “Sound Investment Band” takes the stage at 6:30pm.

Upper Merion Township Fireworks
July 4, 2015 at Dusk
Heuser Park, 694 West Beidler Road, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406
Fourth of July is rapidly approaching, and the Royersford is preparing to celebrate the season with a fireworks show. Fireworks will be shot off on Saturday, July 18 at the Sacred Heart Fair on Lewis Road and Walnut Street. The display will begin after dusk.

Royersford Sacred Heart Fair
July 18, 2015 at Dusk
Lewis Road and Walnut Street, Royersford, Pennsylvania 19468
Fourth of July is rapidly approaching, and the Royersford is preparing to celebrate the season with a fireworks show. Fireworks will be shot off on Saturday, July 18 at the Sacred Heart Fair on Lewis Road and Walnut Street. The display will begin after dusk.

July 4th

One of the region’s largest celebrations, Glenside’s July 4 lasts all day long. The highlights of the day are the 1.5-mile parade starting at 4 p.m. and the “America the Beautiful Aerial Fireworks Spectacular,” a thunderous half-hour long display at 9 p.m at Abington High School. For families, there’s also a kids’ parade and games beginning at 10 a.m.

July 4

Pottstown celebrates July 4 with its annual parade. Come out at 10:15 a.m. to see all the floats, bands, vintage cars and more. If you’re looking for an excuse to get up early on the holiday, the Pottstown Patriotic 5k kicks off at 8 a.m.


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