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4th of July Independence Day activities run the spectrum throughout valley

4th of july Independence Day activities run the spectrum throughout valley

Kick up some old-fashioned fun this 4th of July Independence Day with all the festivities planned round the Flathead Valley. Here's a glance at what's happening in and around town.

Best Activities for 4th of July( Independence Day)


The 42nd annual Festival of the humanities may be a highlight of Whitefish's 4th of July Independence Day festivities and can be held Friday through Sunday at Depot Park in downtown Whitefish. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is free. The show provide everything from metal sculptures, photography and paintings  to woodworking, jewelry, pottery, and clothings. There's always a spread of Montana-style art available.

Numerous food vendors are going to be open on Whitefish City Beach within the early evening and stay open until the fireworks start. There also are kayak and paddleboard rentals. No dogs are allowed. the most City Beach lot are going to be closed to parking, and parking are going to be limited all day round the beach. the town Beach boat launch will close at 5 p.m. and Whitefish Lake State Park's boat launch will shut down at 09 p.m.

Whitefish's fireworks show will begin around 10:30 p.m. and last about half-hour .

A free shuttle service will run between downtown Whitefish and City Beach from 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. on Sunday. Buses will load on Central Avenue ahead of the O'Shaughnessy Center.

You can call the Whitefish Parks & Recreation Department at 406 863 2470 with your questions.


The Marion Fire Auxiliary  and Marion Fire District are co-hosting Marion Freedom Day beginning at 11:00 A.M Saturday at the Marion firehouse .

There will be a parade on Gopher Lane starting near Homesteaders Way and ending at the varsity , featuring lights, sirens, polished chrome and a patriotic spirit. Food, games, and live music are planned, including races of rubber duck, a eating contest of watermelon, kids' firefighting obstacle course, a bouncy house, dunk tank, water fight and more.


Kruise Kalispell is hosting its first 4th of July Independence Day parade for the town of Kalispell. it'll get underway at noon Sunday.

Kruise Kalispell may be a nonprofit that hosts events for the Flathead and helps other nonprofits reach their fundraising goals. This year's parade will be start at the Kalispell Center-Mall and run to south down Main Street. there'll be floats, prizes and much of old-fashioned fun. During the parade the organization will collect donations of non-perishable food for Northwest Montana Veterans Food Pantry. The drop-off location are going to be at the Kalispell Center Mall near the Starbucks.

Bring the youngsters within the wagon or stroller and park your family on either side of Main Street for a close-up view of the parade.

The Conrad Mansion in Kalispell also will host a free frozen dessert social at 330 Woodland Ave. from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., or until the frozen dessert is gone.

There will be live-music from the Montana-State Old Time Fiddlers from afternoon to 01 p.m. Lunch are often purchased from the Porteus BBQ truck.

Enjoy self-guided tours of the mansion on the 4th of July for 5 USD per person only.

There will even be a pie bake-off. Categories are apple, cherry and huckleberry. 

And Woodland Water-Park's Red, Blue and White  Day will run from afternoon to Sunday 04 p.m. Enjoy reduced admission of 3 USD per person and free hot dogs while supplies last.


The annual Bigfork 4th of July Independence Day Parade will be return to the downtown corridor at Sunday afternoon. The parade typically draws between 3,000 and 5,000 attendees annually .

Parking are going to be available within the large grass lot at the intersection of Montana 35 and Montana 82 with free shuttles transporting guests back and forth from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Handicapped parking are going to be available initially Interstate Bank at 800 Grand Ave. No traffic are going to be allowed downtown the day of the parade.

The theme of this year's parade is "Essential Workers: the guts of Bigfork."


Lakeside's 4th of July Independence Day Fireworks Show may be a touchstone summer event on Flathead Lake and an annual family tradition for several generations. And the fireworks will be launched from a floating barge off the shore at Lakeside.

Organizers anticipate a 20-minute show with many sparkles, bangs and booms. Anyone can see the fireworks from Lakeside Harbor and Volunteer Park. Many boaters prefer to motor out on the lake to observe from their watercrafts.


Polson's 4th of July Independence Day Parade will begin at afternoon at the Linderman School. This year celebration theme is "1909 to 2021: Celebrating 112 years of Growth ."

The fireworks will be show over the Flathead River begins at dusk. the simplest place to observe is Riverside Park.


Troy, population 950, has thrown its traditional Old-Fashioned 4th of July Independence Day celebration for quite 100 years. Now, quite 6,000 people visit the town to require part within the free, family-friendly event.

Events happen in Roosevelt Park on the Kootenai River and include a parade, a car show, food vendors, a tavern , craft vendors, live music all day, and therefore the largest fireworks display within the region.

The parade will begin at 11 a.m. and therefore the fireworks display is at 11 p.m.


There will not be a 4th of JulyIndependence Day  parade in Polebridge this year, consistent with the Polebridge Mercantile.

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