Your Guide to Fun on the Fourth of July

Your Guide to Fun on the Fourth | Duluth Moms Blog

 

Are you still undecided about how and where you’ll spend the Fourth of July? We’ve rounded up several area events to help you plan your Independence Day. Take the kiddos to a parade or festival, let them enjoy dancing to music and gobbling up tasty food, and then settle in on blankets and lawn chairs to watch one of the many fireworks shows that will light up the darkened Northland sky. (And perhaps you’ll be able to enjoy a warm cup of coffee on the 5th while your kids sleep in after such a big day of fun. Fingers crossed!)

Duluth
Fireworks- 10:10 PM Bayfront Festival Park
Festival- 4-10 PM Bayfront Festival Park. Food, crafts, rides in DECC parking lot. More details on Fourth Fest.

Cloquet
Fireworks– Dusk
Festival– 8 AM Sawdust 5K, Pinehurst Park; Festival at Pinehurst park.
Parade- 11 AM Veterans Celebration Parade, downtown Cloquet Avenue. Here’s a better look at all the fun.

Your Guide to Fun on the Fourth | Duluth Moms Blog

Superior
Fireworks– Dusk at Barker’s Island Festival Park
Festival– 1 PM at Heritage Park and Barker’s Island. Live music 2-10 at
Barker’s Island.
Parade– 11 AM Superior Middle School. Check here for more details.

North Shore
Tofte- Festivities all day, Parade at 2 PM. Here are the details, including how to be IN the parade!
Two Harbors- Concert at 7:30 PM and fireworks start at dusk. Check it out.
Grand Marais- Music starts at 8 PM and Fireworks light up the sky at 10 PM. Plan your drive up the shore.

Your Guide to Fun on the Fourth | Duluth Moms Blog

Enjoy the festivities safely, and from all of us at Duluth Moms Blog: Happy Fourth of July!

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