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Fireworks/4th of July parades: What’s in store across Washington County

West Bend, WI – The annual 4th of July parade steps off at 9:30 a.m. in West Bend followed by festivities at Regner Park that will include food, kids games, a Duck Derby, and live music.parade

Head over to Riverside Park for the Horicon Bank Fireworks at 9:45 p.m.
West Bend Fourth Festivities:

At Riverside Park, 700 Kilbourn Ave., West Bend, 6 p.m. – DJ Music and dancing, food, and beverages.

Fireworks sponsored by Horicon Bank will begin at dusk.


Other area 4th of July events include:

bike decorating July 4


July 4 PARADE – The parade begins at 2 p.m. and goes south on Main Street through downtown towards Lincoln School (same as previous years).

FIREWORKS: The City of Hartford July 4 fireworks are at Independence Park, 880 S. Wilson Avenue in Hartford.


JULY 3 FIREWORKS: Do you have your blankets and chairs ready for the July 3 fireworks? You can start placing your blankets on the hill to reserve your spot.

blankets, fireworks, hill, kewaskum
Kewaskum’s River Hill Park


PARADE: The 4th of July parade is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. The parade will start on Pilgrim Rd. near Sylvan Circle. The parade will travel north on Pilgrim Rd to Fond Du Lac Ave; continue north on Fond Du Lac Ave to Main St; go west on Main St to Park Ave; go north on Park Ave to Freistadt Rd where it will end near Fireman’s Park.
The department does not grant permission to place chairs or reserve spaces along the parade route. Items placed off the roadway and/or in grassy areas will be allowed to stay but please be respectful of homeowners. The department will move or remove any items placed in the roadway. We recommend you do not leave items any earlier than 48 hours prior to the parade. Items placed on the parade route will be done at your own risk. The Germantown Police Department is not responsible for any missing/damaged items and will not take a theft report.
No parking of any type of vehicle or trailer will be permitted at any time on the shoulder, the median, or any road in the parade route.
After the parade, head over to Fireman’s Park on Park Avenue for food, fun, games, and music. Fireworks will follow in Fireman’s Park at dusk.
The only fireworks allowed in Germantown are sparklers, toy snakes, and fountains that stay on the ground. If it leaves the ground or explodes, it is illegal. However, the only fireworks allowed in Fireman’s Park on July 4th are the professional ones. Leave your fireworks at home.


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