UPPER MORELAND, PA — The Fourth of July is just around the corner, and there are numerous fireworks events around across Montgomery County.
There are numerous Independence Day fireworks shows, parades, festivals, and more around the region celebrating summer's biggest holiday. However, given the potential for severe weather on the way, be sure to check with your local municaplity for updates on delays or cancellations.
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Here's what's in store this July 4 around Montgomery County:
Norristown has parade startsing at 10 a.m., music and other fun starting at 3 p.m., and fireworks at 10 p.m.
The 45 minute parade route will travel from St. Francis Church to Dekalb and Main streets.
The 27th All-American Fireworks Celebration will start at 7 p.m. on July 4 at Eagleville Park, located on 100 Parklane Drive.
Conshohocken celebrates the big day on Monday, July 3, with fireworks scheduled to go off at Sutcliffe Park at 9:30 p.m.
Sutcliffe Park itself will be closed during the fireworks for safety reasons.
"The fireworks display will be larger so that fireworks may be visible from as many vantage points as possible throughout the Borough," organizers said. "Due to the larger size of fireworks, a wider safety perimeter surrounding the discharge zone is required."
Officials said they ran tests to ensure fireworks could be safely and clearly viewed from around the rest of the borough.
Ambler's annual Kiwanis Carnival and Fireworks will run from July 4 through July 7, with fireworks held on Friday, July 7 at 9 p.m. at Wissahickon High School.
The five-night event will feature numerous community events, games, music, food, and more, all in support of local youth programs.
Wristbands for the five-night event are $30 and are available online here.
A raindate for fireworks is set for July 8.
Skippack's 4th of July parade will be held on Independence Day at 11 a.m. from the middle of downtown. Afterwards, there will be a BBQ party at Parc Bistro, with food and drink vendors set up throughout the area.
Fireworks will be held at Palmer Park near Skippack Elementary School at about 10 p.m.
The Greater Glenside Patriotic Association organizes some of the largest and longest running 4th of July celebrations in Montgomery County, with the parade ongoing since 1904.
At 10 a.m., a Children's Morning Program will be held at Renninger Memorial Park
At 4 p.m., the 1.5 mile parade will begin. A full route is available online here.
Fireworks are scheduled "after dark" at Abington Junio and Senior High Schools.