Saturday, June 30: 12 pm – 10:30 pm – Booths and Rides Open; 12 pm – 5 pm – $19 One Price Ticket for All Rides; 5 pm – Classic Car Cruise-in, Cahoon Park, with DJ Cadillac Mike; 7 pm – Live music at the Gazebo – Bay Village Community Band
Monday, July 2: 12 pm – 10:30 pm – Booths and Rides Open; 12 pm – 5 pm – $19 One Price Ticket for All Rides; 7 pm – Live music at the Gazebo – Geeze Cats
Tuesday, July 3: 12 pm – 10:30 pm – Booths and Rides Open; 12 pm – 5 pm – $19 One Price Ticket for All Rides; 7 pm – Live music at the Gazebo – Belairs
Wednesday, July 4: 11:30 am – Children’s Bike, Trike and Wagon Parade – meet at Gazebo; 12 pm – 10:30 pm – Booths and Rides Open; 12 pm – 5 pm – $19 One Price Ticket for All Rides; 12 pm – Magic Show in the Community House; 2 pm – On the grass at the Gazebo – Dr. U. R. Awesome, Professional Bubbleologist; 2 pm – Vintage Base Ball Game at south end of Cahoon Park – Whiskey Island Shamrocks vs Villagers Vintage Base Ball Club; 7 pm – Live music at the Gazebo – Dan Zola Orchestra; 9:45 pm – Gala Fireworks Display (Rain date: July 5, 2018)
Bays Days 5 Mile Run and Kids 1 Mile Fun Run: Wednesday, July 4, 8:30 am, traditional course starting at Bay High School for 5 Mile Run. Kids 1 Mile Run starts at the 5 mile start line.
Wednesday, July 4
The City’s festivities officially begin at 10 a.m. with a parade travelling from Lee Burneson Middle School north on Dover Center Rd., turning right onto Hilliard Blvd., and continuing east to Clague Park.
11:15 a.m. – Mayor Dennis M. Clough, members of City Council, and special guests will honor America’s birthday in a short ceremony at the entrance to Clague Park including the National Anthem, patriotic readings, parade awards, and presentations.
- The 29th Annual Charity Classic Car Show begins at 10 a.m. plus Dog Show, Martial Arts Demo, rides on the Euclid Beach Boys Rocket Ship Car and more.
- Balloon clowns and face painters are among the children’s activities which runs from 10 a.m. to noon.
- Food and drink vendors will be located near Clague Cabin after 4 p.m.
- Musical entertainment by DJ Eazy will begin after 6 p.m.
- Fireworks will begin at dusk, weather permitting.
Crocker Park Liberty Fest
Sunday, July 1
Join Crocker Park to celebrate the kick off of Independence Day and all that is great about America with family-friendly entertainment and celebration beginning at 12pm. This year, they will be partnering with Wags 4 Warriors and proceeds from this event will go towards the organization.
The Main Stage will be South of Center Circle near Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory. Schedule on the stage includes: 12-12:30 pm: The Real Pop Fusion; 12:30-1:30 pm: Monica Robbins and the Whiskey Kings; 1:30-1:45 pm: American Idol Star, Madeline Finn Band; 2:45-3:15 pm: Olmsted Performing Arts Summer Performance Team; 3:15-3:45 pm: Magician Rick Smith Jr.; 3:45-4:15 pm: Nickelodeon star, Breanna Yde “Tomika” from “School of Rock”; 4:15-4:30 pm: Wags 4 Warriors Presentation with Lake Erie Harley-Davidson; 4:30-6 pm: The Cleveland POPS Orchestra
VENDOR VILLAGE – Beginning at noon join in the fun, games and awesome prizes in Vendor Village. Located in West Park, between Dick’s Sporting Goods and Rocky Mountain Chocolate, you can play hockey and slap some shots for a goal at the Cleveland Monsters booth….. while shaking hands with Snoopy at the Cedar Point Booth! Ticket giveaways, food samples, toys and more from almost 40 vendors. Noon to 6pm and FREE to all.
Avon Lake Bicentennial Kick-Off Fireworks Celebration
Tuesday, July 3, Weiss Field – Festivities start at 6 pm. Fireworks start at dusk.
Avon Lake Bicentennial Kick-off Fireworks Celebration! FREE activities, live music, & giveaways! Come on out to celebrate Independence Day and kick-off Avon Lake’s Bicentennial. Live music from Says She & Revolution Pie (Beatles tribute band); Free classic carnival games, inflatable slide & obstacle course, and giveaways; Food trucks; Fireworks; and more!
Avon RED WHITE AND BOOM
Tuesday, July 3 and Wednesday July 4, 7:05 pm
4th of July Fireworks will be after the Lake Erie Crushers game on BOTH July 3 and 4, which starts at 7:05 pm. Fireworks will start approximately by 10 pm. Sponsored by Sgt. Clean’s Car Wash. All Pro Freight Stadium, 2009 Baseball Boulevard
Wednesday, July 4 at 11 a.m. (NEW TIME THIS YEAR, 11 a.m.) Decorate your bike, scooter, wagon, tricycle, etc., help celebrate America and join the fun! Prizes for best decorations! Start and ends at the Avon Aquatic Facility, short and safe 1-mile parade with police and fire escort. A fun bike parade for residents of all ages. Participants receive one (1) complimentary weekday admission to the Avon Pool, good from July 4 through the end of this season! There will be fun for all ages from food trucks to bounce houses. Kick off the 4th of July with the Bike Parade.
North Ridgeville – Star Spangled Celebration and Fireworks
Enjoy a fun-filled family event as we celebrate our Independence on Tuesday, July 3 from 7-9:30 pm at South Central Park. Bounce houses, balloon twisters, food vendors and live music. A spectacular fireworks show will follow at dark. Rain date is July 5 (fireworks only). Bainbridge Road will be closed between Root Road and Route 83 starting at 1 pm on July 3 and will reopen the morning of Wednesday, July 4 by 8 am.
North Olmsted – 2018 BOOM! Festival and Fireworks
Sunday, July 1, 2018; Activities: 7pm-dusk – Great Northern Mall, 4954 Great Northern Blvd.
Bring your family and friends to this annual summer showcase event featuring fireworks, food trucks, live music, street performers, face-painters, balloon artists, and more. Fireworks begin at dusk. Rain date July 8.
Fairview Park – Summerfest and Fireworks
June 29-July 1, 2018 – Bohlken Park, 3885 W. 210th St.
Summerfest is an annual weekend festival that invites members of the Fairview Park community and surrounding communities to gather for a car show, entertainment, arts and crafts, parade, fireworks, and more. Visit fairviewsummerfest.com. Fireworks, Sat., June 30, 9:00 p.m., Bohlken Park.