Seattle’s not the only city celebrating America’s Birthday on July 4! Here are some of the other local communities with entertainment, parades, family fun and fireworks!
More runaway and lost pets end up in animal shelters over the 4th of July holiday than any other time of year. Don’t loose your pet because of noisy fireworks! Head to Homeward Pet in Woodinville on June 29 and 30 for FREE microchipping!
Whether it’s an old fashioned, historic Fourth of July in Vancouver, a kids’ celebration in Leavenworth, or fireworks over the water in Port Angeles and Long Beach, there’s a little something for everyone this year in WA on Independence Day!
Pyro Spectaculars produces some of the biggest July 4th fireworks displays. We talked to them about their plans for this year.
Seattle plans to celebrate the beginning of 2012 the usual way – with fireworks launched from the top of the Space Needle.
If you are looking for a viewing place for the Space Needle’s fantastic New Year’s Eve fireworks show, you can find a spot at a local park, an evening cruise, or an overnight hotel with special deals and bird’s eye views. Here are some of our favorites.
Wanting to get away for the last weekend of 2011? For a short drive, you can watch fireworks over the Pacific Ocean, ski at night, or dance the night away on New Year’s Eve!
Come aboard an Argosy New Year’s Eve adventure cruise and float your way into 2012! So many options to choose from!
This Seafair sanctioned event is a five-day festival that begins with a carnival and fireworks, and ends with a giant parade – Seafair princesses and pirates, a car show, arts and crafts, food and fun.
The Lakefair Festival’s 2011 theme is Candyland! Held in downtown Olympia on the banks of Capitol Lake, the 5-day celebration has carnival rides, food vendors, arts and crafts, a fun run, fireworks and more!