Holly Springs Brings You July 5th!

Fourth of July 5To end our week of events, we thought it would be good to close things off with Holly Springs! They are having their Fourth of July celebrations the day after the Fourth! On Sunday, July 5th head to Holly Springs for crafts, coloring, corn hole tournaments, music, face paint and so much more! So how does two days of celebrating sound? Fireworks start at 9:15 pm and will last 15 minutes. Below we also have a parking map to help you out.
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Fourth of July, Apex

The Fourth of July in Downtown Apex is going to be in an Olde Fashion theme. Below we have a full schedule of events for the day. Also be sure to have your kids decorate their bikes, wagons and tricycles  so they can partake in the Uncle Sam’s Parade of Wheels!

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Schedule for the Day:

  • 9am: Flag Raising
  • 9:15am: Activities (inflatables, street performers, karaoke, carnival games, climbing wall, cake walk, sno cones, food, ice cream and more!)
  • 11:45am: Parade of Wheels line-up
  • 11:50am: Activities end
  • 12pm: Uncle Sam’s Parade of Wheels
  • 12:30pm: Fire Department Splash Down

Location: Salem & Chatham Streets

Fourth of July Fuquay-Varina

Fourth of July 3Fuquay-Varina has different plans for the Fourth of July celebrations by having their celebrations on the 3rd! Come out to Fuquay to experience food trucks, musical acts, and an epic fireworks display! Gates open at 6:00 pm, then maybe the next day you can head over to Cary or Raleigh for even more Independence Day Celebrations. Keep an eye out the rest of the week for more coming your way this weekend. Where will you be found on the Fourth?

Fourth of July Raleigh, NC

Fourth of July 2Moving along with our week of July 4th events, Raleigh has started a great tradition on Fayetteville Street. This Saturday from Noon to 11:00 pm come out for a huge free event called The ‘Works! There are beer/wine tents, rides for the kids, live music and so much more. The fireworks start around 9:30 pm over The Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.

No matter where you are, you can try different food trucks in preparation for the fireworks that evening. Make a whole day out of it! Maybe I’ll see you on Fayetteville Street. 🙂

Fourth of July in Cary, NC

Fourth Of July 1This upcoming weekend is the Fourth of July! There are so many events happening in the Triangle that I figured you would like to have a little guide to help you out. Today we are focusing on the Cary, NC events going on this weekend. Keep an eye out the rest of this week for all the other town events.

Bond Park is having Fourth of July events including a fishing tournament, parade decorations, and family contests! Bring everyone along to participate in Watermelon Eating, Sidewalk decorating and so much more. Afterwards head on over to Koka Booth for kids activities, music and fireworks! There are so many options to choose from. Check out the link we have below for more specific details to plan for your weekend.

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HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY!

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WISHING YOU ALL A SAFE HOLIDAY WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY. MAKE SURE TO TAKE CARE OF PETS WHO ARE AFRAID OF FIREWORKS, AS WELL AS KNOWING IF THERE ARE ANY VETERANS IN YOUR AREA BEFORE SETTING THEM OFF! 

Fourth of July in Raleigh, NC

Screen Shot 2014-06-29 at 7.45.29 PMEvery summer Downtown Raleigh is bursting with events! What do you have planned this Fourth of July weekend??? How about heading to Downtown for some Food, Fun and Fireworks? Instead of just going to see Fireworks at Koka Booth or the State Fair Grounds, you can head to Downtown for an entire day of events followed by a Fireworks show.

There will be beer and wine tents, rides for the kids, street performers, a picnic, food trucks so you can have your pick of yummy food to eat, and the night ends with Fireworks going off behind The Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts. The event has certainly grown since it began about two years ago. The website below has a great map of food locations, where musical stages are located, kids activity areas and more. Also, there is a list of vendors who will be present so you can have an idea of what food  to expect, but it looks like everything from Grilled Cheese to Pizza to Homemade Sodas to Asian Dumplings are going to be there! Make this a family tradition and if you cannot make it this year, prepare for next year’s event!

Location: Fayetteville Street and Red Hat Amphitheare

More Information: http://www.raleighconvention.com/works/