Regional Independence Day celebrations


The Northern Virginia 4-H Educational Center in Front royal begins the Independence day celebrations in the region on Friday July 1.

The gates will open at 4-H at 5 with live music at 7:30 and fireworks at 9:15.

Front Royal has a car show at Lindsey Chevrolet starting at noon on July 3 with a free Cardinals double header at 4:30.

Fireworks will follow the second game at Bing Crosby Stadium both games are free.

Clarke County holds their Independence Day celebration on July 3 at the Ruritan fairgrounds.

The community band at 8:30 followed by fireworks in Berryville.

Old Town Winchester’s Rockin’ Independence Eve celebration begins at 2 with bands throughout the day at the Taylor Pavilion.

The Texas Chainsaw Horns are the featured performers from 7 to 9 with fireworks starting 9:15 at Jim Barnett park.

There will also be free baseball in Winchester on the 3.

Middletown has announced that Washington Football Player Ryan Kerrigan will be the Grand Marshal of their 2022 Middletown Independence day celebration on the 4 of July.

Fred Smoot and Mark Moseley along Miss Virginia 2022 are all schedule to attend the celebration in Middletown.

That celebration will start at 8 a.m. with a softball tournament with activities all day.

The Middletown celebration includes a parade at 5 and fireworks at 9:15 on the 4.

The town of Luray, Sherando Park,  Strasburg Town Park all have activities planned for the 4 of July as well.

Shenandoah County fairgrounds will hold a fireworks display at 9:20 on the 4.

Mew Market will host their Independence Day celebration on July 5 starting at 5 p.m. at the community park.

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