242 years–Can you believe it? Here are BCS Buzz we wanted to let you know of the July 4th, Independence Day activities here in the B/CS area.
If you know of any event not listed, please let us know
Baylor Scott and White’s Firecracker 5K race starts at 8 a m. the Center Station shopping center (right in front of Brazos Running Company). Fees vary but check out this site for more info: http://bcsfirecracker.com/
Foxfire Annual Fourth of July Parade kicks off at 8:30 am around the triangle on Fox Fire. The parade begins around 9 am so decorate your bike, trike, kids, pets or just come to cheer on those who are in the parade.
I Love America 4th of July Celebration! at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum begins at 9:30 am with free admission to the Museum throughout the day. Activities begin around 6 p.m. with music by the The Rock-A-Fellas and fireworks beginning at 9:30 p.m. with music by Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra
Brazos Heritage Society‘s Community 4th of July in Heritage Park kicks off at 9:30 am in Bryan’s Heritage Park.
City of Navasota is holding it’s Independence Day Parade at 10 am. Parade starts at Prosperity Bank
Chappell Hill, Texas July 4th Parade & Cool Rods Car Show kicks off at 10 am.
The longest running 4th of July parade west of the Mississippi River kicks off at 10 am in Round Top, Texas. In the evening at 5 p.m.
July 4th Party on The Back Yard at The Stella Hotel kicks off at noon. Pool Party + DJ, 2 bounce houses, a face painter, all you can eat BBQ & a fireworks show hosted by The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum! Adults tickets are $30 and kids tickets are $12
Independence Community Events Organization is holding its Independence Day events beginning at 1 pm. Trail ride at 2pm. Parade at 5pm with street dance immediately following. Fireworks Extravaganza at 9:30pm.
Third Annual Fourth of July Celebration in Madisonville kicks off at 4 p.m. Live entertainment by Dennis Ivey Band, Kids Activity Area with Splash Pad and Water Slide, Food, arts & craft vendors, skydiving show, car show, and a huge fireworks display
15th Annual Kurten Fireworks Show & Fundraiser kicks off at 5 p.m. with free admission and free parking (carpooling strongly encouraged). Enjoy hamburger and hot dog plates, sausage on a stick, kids games, snow cones and more!Fireworks (lots and lots of fireworks) start around dark-thirty. Proceeds benefit the Brazos County District 2 Volunteer Fire Department and our efforts to replace Engine 220.
Franklin Independent School District is hosting its fireworks show at the Franklin Ranch highschool Football field at 9 p.m.