Warm weather has arrived, Memorial Day has passed, and it’s time to start planning your Fourth of July weekend. Here’s a look at some of the fireworks shows planned for the Montgomeryville, PA, area.
- The Borough of Conshohocken will hold its fireworks celebration on Friday, July 3 at Sutcliffe Park at 9th and Weedley Streets. Before the fireworks, there will be food vendors on hand as well as booths featuring games for the kids. The fireworks start at dusk. Admission is free.
- The Greater Glenside Patriotic Association will sponsor several events on July 4. These include the We Love America children’s program at Harry Renninger Memorial Park at 10 am and the Grand, Glorious Patriotic Parade, now in its 112th year. The culmination of the day is the America the Beautiful Aerial Fireworks Spectacular held at the Abington High school at 9 pm. All events are free to the public.
- Things in Narberth kick off at 10 am with a baby parade, diaper derby, and pie eating contest. Throughout the day, there will be live entertainment, games, and various sports and contests. The fireworks start popping at 9:30 pm at Narbeth Playground.
- A concert in the park and fireworks show is on the calendar for Lower Providence Township. Come out to Eagleville Park at 100 Parklane Drive to enjoy street food and games for the kids. The concert, featuring Sound Investment Band, begins at 6:30 and runs until dusk, when the fireworks start.
- Skippack hosts an all-day event in Palmer Park at 4048 Creamery Road. Things begin at 11 am with a parade along Route 73 followed by a BBQ lunch in the park. The bands start playing at 6 pm to get people ready for the fireworks show, which begins when the sun goes down.
- Upper Merion’s Independence Day party takes place in Heuser Park at 694 West Beidler Road. Things begin at 3 pm with food and games. At 4:45, Mango Men take the stage and entertain the crowd until it’s dark enough for the fireworks show to begin.
There are plenty of fireworks shows to choose from in the Montgomeryville area. Whether it’s a full day of patriotic fun or just some fireworks for the kids, you should have no problem finding something to do!