Celebration Day Fireworks
LOCAL FIREWORKS EVENTS
BIXBY FREEDOM CELEBRATION
This second annual event is set for Friday night and is sponsored by The Bridge Church of Bixby and other partners. Food trucks will be on hand, and guests may bring lawn chairs and blankets. Expect a children’s fun zone and more at this event that also features political speakers and live music ahead of the light show.
Event details: Friday events are set from 7-10 p.m., concluding with a 30-minute fireworks show. Located on the northwest corner of Memorial Drive and 121st Street in Bixby.
Information: 918-394-4330, http://bixbyfreedomcelebration.com
BRISTOW’S PATRIOTISM IN THE PARK
Saturday events run all day long, with plans that should please kids, adults and fans of barbecue. Fireworks and more are back in Bristow in a big way.
Event details: Events take place at Klingensmith Park at Bristow City Lake, beginning early with a 7:30 a.m. VFW pancake breakfast followed by a 9 a.m. horseshoe pitching tournament and other events, with concessions, inflatables and more available. Live music begins at 1 p.m. at the amphitheater, and tasting kits for a KCBS-sanctioned barbecue event go on sale starting at 4:30 p.m. Fireworks at dusk.
Information: 918-367-5151, http://facebook.com/bristowchamber
COLLINSVILLE’S OLD-FASHIONED INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION AND PARADE
Head to Collinsville on Saturday for a parade, games and live music.
Event details: At 11 a.m. Saturday, find a parade down Main Street, then a celebration in the park at 2 p.m. with games and food vendors. Find free watermelon in the evening and live music from the Trett Charles Band at the Sale Barn Theatre Sound Stage, on old Highway 169 between 136th and 146th streets north. Fireworks start after dark.
Information: 918-371-1010, ext. 2026, http://cityofcollinsville.com
TCC’S ‘4TH ON THE 3RD’
If it’s the Fourth of July, then the Signature Symphony is celebrating on the Third of July. Sunday’s annual “4th on the 3rd” concert is again staged at TCC’s VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education. This 35th annual event will feature patriotic music honoring our armed forces, with the Signature Symphony joined by the Signature Chorale and soloists.
Event details: 7:30 p.m. Sunday, VanTrease PACE on the TCC Southeast Campus, 10300 E. 81st St.
Admission: $12 for adults
Information: 918-595-7777, http://signaturesymphony.org
SAND SPRINGS SERTOMA FIREWORKS
Event details: Sunday night fireworks begin at dusk at River City Park in Sand Springs, presented by the Sertoma Club in its 19th annual event. Lawn chairs and picnics are welcomed for events beginning at 7 p.m.
Information: 918-246-2500, ext. 2504
SKIATOOK’S FANTASY IN THE SKY
Skiatook always hosts its annual fireworks display on the night before Independence Day, with a Sunday celebration taking place at Skiatook Municipal Airport.
Event details: Parking is free at the airport; bring lawn chairs and picnic baskets. There will also be food vendors on hand Sunday evening, with 7 p.m. live music and fireworks at dusk.
PRYOR FREEDOM FEST Expect local musicians to take the stage at 5 p.m. Sunday, with country-music favorites Ricochet to follow, and family-friendly games, food trucks, face-painting and more. Fireworks at dusk.
Event details: 5-10 p.m. Sunday at Pryor’s Tiger Stadium
Information: 918-825-0157, http://facebook.com/pryorfreedomfest
DUCK CREEK/GRAND LAKE FIREWORKS Join thousands of spectators from across the state as they gather around Grand Lake for this show one day ahead of the holiday. It’s a tradition that began 70 years ago on the lake.
Event details: See vintage planes on display at Ketchum Airport in a kickoff event beginning at 4 p.m. Sunday ahead of that evening’s air show, which includes an F-16 flyover and the Warbirds vintage military aircraft and takes place prior to fireworks after sunset at Duck Creek in Grand Lake.
Information: 918-782-3292, http://duckcreekfireworksok.com
LAKE EUFAULA FIREWORKS SPECTACULAR
Enjoy this Sunday fireworks display over Lake Eufaula, along with events planned for the afternoon at the North Cove Soccer Fields.
Event details: Dusk on Sunday, with fireworks being shot off from the park over the lake. A number of events are set from 4-9 p.m. at the park. Bring blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy inflatables, live music and face-painting; guests can pay for concessions and to cool off on water slides that will be set up at the park.
Admission: Free to the park
Information: 918-689-2791, http://eufaulachamberofcommerce.com
TULSA’S FIRECRACKER 5K
Here’s to your health on the Fourth of July: Fleet Feet will host this early-morning run series Monday, featuring a 5k run, a 5k stroller race and a one-mile fun run and walk through the Blue Dome District. There are medals for each participant.
Event details: 5k stroller race at 7:25 a.m.; 5k at 7:30 a.m.; fun run at 8:30 a.m., all starting at Fleet Feet, 418 E. Second St.
Registration: $10-$45, depending on the race
Information: 918-492-3338, http://fleetfeettulsa.com
JENKS CELEBRATES ALL DAY
Jenks hosts multiple events in honor of Independence Day, beginning with Jenks America Freedom Fest, which finds downtown stores open, live music playing, free watermelon being consumed and family-friendly activities available from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday on Main Street.
The Oklahoma Aquarium offers Fish and Fireworks: When regular 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. hours conclude, the aquarium reopens at 6:30 p.m. with half-price admission, and those attending can bring a blanket to sit out back for one of the best views of fireworks at RiverWalk Crossing.
Los Cabos Boomfest takes place at RiverWalk Crossing, with the restaurant hosting mariachis, balloon artists and face-painting for kids, and live entertainment from 7 p.m.
The RiverWalk Crossing ‘Rock Out River’ Concert Series
features the Fabulous Mid Life Crisis band performing classic rock from 7-9 p.m. ahead of fireworks that will start at dark.
Event details: Monday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Main Street; followed by afternoon and evening events at Jenks RiverWalk Crossing, 300 Riverwalk Terrace.
Information: 918-299-5005, jenkschamber.com/july4
AMERICAN CELEBRATES AMERICA IN SAPULPA American Heritage Bank is again the sponsor of Sapulpa’s annual fireworks display, shooting off Monday night across from the Sapulpa Municipal Golf Course. Parking can be found in the Wal-Mart lot, and family-friendly events begin about 7 p.m.
Event details: Sapulpa’s show is choreographed to music that can be heard within a two-mile radius on FM 88.5. Look for the fireworks about 9:45 p.m. Monday, fired off from Sapulpa Municipal Golf Course, 1200 W. Dewey Ave.
Information: ahb-ok.com, American Heritage Bank Facebook page
RED, WHITE AND BOOM IN OWASSO
The annual Red, White and Boom fireworks show fires off Monday night at the Owasso Golf and Athletic Club.
Event details: Best viewing sites are in the areas of 86th Street and 129th Street North.
Information: 918-376-1500, Owasso Red, White and Boom Facebook page
CLAREMORE’S FISHING AND FIREWORKS
Claremore Lake Park will again play host to the city’s traditional kids’ fishing derby, starting at 7 a.m. Monday (the park will open at 6 a.m.), with children ages 4-12 invited to participate. They’ll be divided into three age categories, with the first 500 receiving a free rod and reel and tackle box. Trophies are awarded for the smallest and largest fish in each age group.
Event details: The park closes at 11 a.m. Monday following the fishing derby and reopens at 6 p.m. Events that evening include live entertainment, concessions for sale by local Boy Scouts and a fireworks show at dusk. Claremore Lake Park, East Blue Starr Drive, Claremore (about two miles east of Highway 66 on Blue Starr Drive).
Information: Claremore Park & Recreation at 918-342-2522
PAWNEE’S JULY 4TH GAMES
Held on the Pawnee County Courthouse lawn, this annual event provides ample opportunities for all ages to not only watch but to also play games like the turtle race, boot toss and sack races.
Event details: Monday activities start at 8 a.m., live music at 7 p.m. and fireworks at 10 p.m. at Courthouse Square in Pawnee (two blocks west of highways 64 and 18).
BARTLESVILLE 4TH OF JULY FREEDOM FEST
This downtown street party on Monday kicks off about 6 p.m. and will feature games and activities for all ages. Look for food, music, fireworks and more, like a lip-sync contest, a patriotic kids parade and a pie-eating contest.
Event details: Go downtown on Second Street for the activities and fireworks. A note: A hayride shuttle will travel from 6-9 p.m. between the Freedom Fest area and Price Tower, where a Charles M. Schulz-themed “Peanuts ... Naturally” exhibit will be open and free to attend.
STILLWATER’S CHICKASAW BOOMER BLAST
Stillwater’s annual Independence Day fest features fireworks at dark Monday, but the fun starts early with a unique event: The 19th annual Family Fishing Tournament includes boat and nonboat categories, with teams consisting of up to four family members.
Event details: Fishing tournament registration at 5:30 a.m. and tournament from 6-11 a.m.; parking lots for fireworks open at 6:30 p.m. Boomer Lake Park, Stillwater (Highway 177 between Lakeview and Airport roads).
Admission: Free for fireworks; $15 per team for fishing tournament
CELEBRATION DAY FIREWORKS
Opening June 23, 2017-July 4, 2017
704 S. MAIN-BROKEN ARROW (81ST AND MAIN)
LOCATED ON THE SMOKE SHOP PARKING LOT
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