Independence Day Festivities in the Yakima ValleyPosted: Updated:
4th of July Carnival
The carnival will be located at the South Lot at State Fair Park, 1301 South Fair Ave. Gates open at 5pm on July 3rd, 12 noon on July 4th, 3pm on July 5th, and 1pm July 6th. Carnival ride wristbands $20 - good for all rides Friday through Tuesday. Individual ride tickets $1.25 each, or a sheet of 20 tickets for $20. Family Special - 60 tickets for $45 good on July 4th only. No wristband special on July 4th.
Cherry Festival at Barrett Orchards
Lots of family activities at this free event including cherry tree cutting by George and Martha Washington, various cherry contests, walking tour, hayrides, prizes, arts and crafts, and barbeque in the orchard at Washington's Fruit Place, 1209 Pecks Canyon Rd. For information, visit www.treeripened.com or call 509-966-1275.
4th of July Celebration!
Bring the family to State Fair Park, 1301 S. Fair Ave., for a free family festival and activities celebrating Independence Day.! Gates open noon to midnight, food vendor sales begin at noon, onstage entertainment begins at 1pm, children's activities are from 1-6pm, and fireworks are at 10pm. This year the Vintiques will be on site from 11am-7pm. For information, visit www.yakima4thofjuly.org.
4th of July Wild West Parade
Bring the family to one of the largest 4th of July parades - 11am in downtown Toppenish. Free. For information, call 509-865-3262 or visit www.toppenish.net.
Dino-Mite 4th of July
9am at Hisey Park. Hosted by Granger Public Works. For information, call Jack at 509-854-2770.
Demolition Derby & Motocross Race
Jaycee's 34th Annual 4th of July Demolition Derby and Motocross race will be at the Klickitat County Fairgrounds. For information, call BJ at 509-250-0206 or visit www.cityofgoldendale.com.
Goldendale Community Days
Community Parade at 11am; GMA Open Show 'n Shine, Aboriginal art display and more. For information, call the Goldendale Chamber of Commerce at 509-773-3400 or visit www.goldendalechamber.org.