All events will be held on Friday, July 4, 2014
Looking forward to July 4th, 2014!
Independence Day will be here before you know it. This years celebration, including the parade, Party in the Park and fireworks, is shaping up to be one of the best ever. Since the 1920′s U.A. has made the Fourth of July a special community event.
The parade holds many memories for U.A. families over the years, with neighborhood floats, marching bands, antique cars and much more entertaining young and old alike. The parade route starts at the intersection for Northwest Blvd and Zollinger Rd. It runs south crossing Lane Ave and ending at the intersection of Northwest Blvd and North Star Rd.
The Party in Park continues to grow in popularity and is the perfect entree before one of the most spectacular fireworks displays you will ever see. If your neighborhood or organization is interested in entering a float in this years parade, follow the link to learn more, as well as receive information on wake up calls the morning of the parade, securing a table for the Party in the Park and information on the fireworks show at Northam Park.
UA 4th of July History
Interested in learning a little more about the UA 4th of July? Click here for a quick walk through time!
Events of the Day
7:00 am – Wake Up Calls [Order Now]
9:00 am – Parade [Learn more]
5:00 pm – Party in the Park [Reserve a Table]
10:00 pm – Fireworks
** All event times are subject to change based on weather conditions
2014 Parade Theme
2014 Parade Grand Marshal
“I think the 4th is a wonderful time each year to re-fall in love with this banner that represents so much about who we are and remembers our past and those who sacrificed so that we can celebrate our freedoms”
Retired UA Teacher,
Director Emeritus, Honor Flight Columbus U.S. Navy Veteran
2014 July 4th Committee
2014 Chairpersons:: Mike & Kris Ferraro, email@example.com
Parade Chairpersons: Larry & Jennifer Jupp, firstname.lastname@example.org
Float Chairpersons: Mike and Lisa Fitzpatrick, email@example.com
Float Judging Chairpersons: Tyler and Julie Millisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
For all Independence Day events, as a spectator or participant you must use your own judgment as to your safety regardless of whether or not an event is canceled.
The parade will be canceled by dangerous weather such as high winds, lightning, tornadoes, etc. Rain alone will not stop the parade. The entertainment at Northam Park will be stopped for lightning, high winds or heavy rain. The fireworks will be canceled in the event of moderate rain, moderate to heavy wind, or lightning. Every effort is made to run every event. Any of the events may be delayed and started later. This is at the discretion of the UA Fire and Police Departments and the UACA 4th of July Committee.
No events will be rescheduled on a later date.