St. George City

Pre 4th of July NEW EVENT held Friday July 3rd

6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Parade Float Preview, and Uncle Sam 5K packet pickup, and food trucks at the Ridge Top Complex. Located at George Streetfest

Events will be held Saturday, July 4th

6:30 am
Uncle Sam 5K

8:00 am
“American Heroes – A Tribute to Our Troops” City of St. George 4th of July Celebration Parade Line the surrounding streets of Vernon Worthen Park for this patriotic spectacle!!! FREE TO ENTER A FLOAT/ OR GROUP!!! Awards will be given in the staging area so the float can carry their award winning banners in the parade!!

9:00 am – 10:00 am
Watermellon Seed Spitting, Sack Races, and Spoon Races w/brackets.

9:20 am
National Anthem – at the main stage in Vernon Worthen Park

9:30 am
St. George’s Got Talent – at the main stage in Vernon Worthen Park. Scavenger Hunt.

9:45 – 10:30 am
Zumba – at the St. George Recreation Center

9:45 – 10:45 am
Contest To Be Announced – Vernon Worthen Park

9:45 am – 2:00 pm
City of St. George Independence Day Fun and Games Extravaganza! Bring the whole family for a fun day in the park. Many activities are free: There will be music, food booths, face painting, cotton candy, watermelon seed spitting contest, potato sack races, bounce houses, water wars, dunk tank, our famous 100 foot Slip-n-Slide and a few new surprises! New this year will be indoor activities offered at the St. George Recreation Center which will include Extreme Dodgeball, Kids Crafts Corner, and human foosball!! Brad Harr and associates presents games at Town Square. Beanbag toss, Cornhole, GaGa Ball, Multi-player Frisbee toss, and many others, times TBA. Canyon Media Presents vendo booth games in the park including Plinko, Spin the Wheel, Balloon Darts and many other giveaways.

10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Karaoke at the Gazebo

10:00 – 11:00 am
Cross Fit Obstacle Races – Vernon Worthen Park

10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Talent Competitions at the main stage.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Contests TBA – Vernon Worthen Park

12:00 pm
National Anthem Competition – at the main stage in Vernon Worthen Park

12:00 – 1:00 pm
Dodgeball Competition – Inside the Recreation Center, Auxiliary Gym

1:00 pm
Hot Dog Eating Competition at the Gazebo

1:30 – 3:30 pm
Kids Craft Corner – Inside the Recreation Center

2:00 pm
Human Foosball – Inside the Recreation Center, Auxiliary Gym

6:00 pm
Sunbowl Festivities:

KONY Hot Dog roast | Game Show | Frozen T-shirt | Hoola Hoop | Egg Toss | Life Time Hoop Shoot | Karaoke | Dunk Tank | Football Toss | Shirt Canon Shoot | Color Guard Performs | National Anthem | Showcase starts | Wolf Creek Band | Fire Works

8:00 – 10:00 pm
KONY Country Presents FREE CONCERT IN THE SUNBOWL Dixie Sunbowl (100 S 400 E) Admission is free

10:00 pm
Giant Fireworks Display – A spectacular fireworks display will begin at approximately 10:00 pm following the free concert. KONY Radio will broadcast live, during the FREE CONCERT at 8:00 pm and will also provide special musical accompaniment throughout the fireworks display.

http://www.sgcity.org/departments/recreation/events/independence.php

 

Washington City

It’s coming fast……. Fourth of July….Veteran’s Park

Breakfast 7:00 am – 11:00 am

Lunch 11:30 am – 2:00 pm

Games 8:00am – 3:00pm

Snow cones, cotton candy, soda, water and lots of fun.

Washington City Calendar Link

 

Hurricane City

This year’s Independence Day Celebration will take place on Saturday the July 4, 2015 at the Hurricane Community Center.  There will be a lot of activities to participate in throughout the day.  Come join us for a day full of patriotic fun!

Show your patriotic Hurricane pride this year and buy our Fourth of July t-shirt!  For only $5 you can purchase one in white, navy blue, or red.  They will be available in a variety of sizes so you can buy one for the entire family.  Shirts are available at the Hurricane City Office or the Hurricane Community Center.

TIMEEVENTLOCATION
7AM
Lions Club BreakfastHurricane Community Center
8:30 AM
Freedom ParadeSee Map
9:15AM (Approximately)Flag Raising CeremonyHurricane Community Center
9AM – 11:30 AM
Games, Races, Bounce House & Obstacle Course, Patriotic Display at the Heritage Park Museum, Cold Drinks & Snacks 
Hurricane Community Center
11AM – NoonPatriotic ProgramFine Arts Center
1PM- 3:45PMFree Swim (South of State Street)
Hurricane City Pool
4:15PM – 7PM
Free Swim (North of State Street)Hurricane City Pool
7PM
Home Run Derby
Spilsbury Sports Complex
8PMHurricane vs. Laverkin Men’s Softball TournamentSpilsbury Sports Complex
10:00 PM
Fireworks Display
City Public Works buildings west of Spilsbury Sports Complex (view from ballfields – 200 N 600 W)

Lion’s Club Breakfast

Come to the Hurricane Community Center and eat some great food while supporting the Hurricane Lions Club.  Breakfast will be served early enough so that those who will be participating in the parade will be able to grab a bite to eat before lining up for the parade.  Prices are $6 adults, $4 children, or $26 family.  The breakfast will include a drink, pancakes, eggs, and sausage.


“Stars & Stripes” Parade

Map of the Parade Route

If you are interested in entering in the parade, click HERE for a form you can print, fill out, and fax, email (debbie@cityofhurricane.com), mail, or drop off to Hurricane Community Center – 63 South 100 West, Hurricane.  There is no charge to enter, but consider the theme when designing your entry. Call 435-635-2609 for more information.


Flag Raising Ceremony

Following the parade, at approximately 9:15AM.


Games, Food, & Races

Bring the children and come join the fun at the community center for races and games.   The games consisting of skill and carnival games will be run by volunteers.  Punch cards will be available for purchase at $5.00 each.  Each card will entitle the holder to play 10 games and earn tickets that can be exchanged for a variety of merchandise at the prize booth.  A bounce house and waterslide will be available as well.   Races will be run for all ages starting with the very young.  Foot races, sack races, wheelbarrow, and three legged races will be enjoyed by all who are willing to participate.


Free Swim

There will be several special events planned during each free swim session.  They are as follows:

Watermelon Soccer – This speaks for itself!  It’s a lot of fun for older children and teenagers.

Biggest Splash Competition – Open to anyone and there will be prizes for the winners.

Coolest Trick Competition – New this year!  Lifeguards will be judging tricks off the diving boards.  There will be prizes for the winners for this event as well, and it should be a lot of fun!


Patriotic Program

This is the perfect way to get out of the sun and celebrate your patriotism in the cool air of the Fine Arts Building.  This program will be full of many different types of patriotic performances and the American Patriots will be recognized as well.


Hurricane vs. Laverkin Men’s Softball Tournament

This is the biggest softball rivalry of the year between Hurricane and LaVerkin.  Come support your home team and cheer them on to victory!

If you have any questions about the tournament, contact Richard Hirschi (635-4102).


Fireworks Show

No Fourth of July would be complete without fireworks; what a great way to end a day of celebrating our Independence! Spread a blanket on the grass, enjoy the cool breeze, and enjoy the fireworks set against the night sky. In order to safely accommodate a larger, and even more spectacular show, the fireworks will be launched from the same area as last year, the City Public Works buildings on 600 North. (The Public Works buildings are located near the cinder knoll west of the City ballfields. For up-close viewing of the fireworks display, the ballfields are the best location. The Spilsbury Sports Complex ballfields are located at approximately 200 West and 600 North).

http://www.cityofhurricane.com/categories/about/events/fourth-of-july/

 

La Verkin City

It’s time for the July 4th Celebration again, remember to come out and participate and show your community spirit, the schedule of events is as follows:

8:30 AM – Parade (Line up at 8:00 AM)

9:00 AM – Flag Ceremony

9:20 AM – Races, Games, Water Slide, etc…

9:30 AM – Food Booths, Entertainment, etc…

For more information call Claudia Pierce at 705-8585 – Parade Information call Mary Gubler at 619-5619

http://www.laverkin.org/independence-day/

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