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Willamette Valley, Oregon Coast Saturday Fireworks and EventsKevin Hays Salem-News.com
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(SALEM, Ore. ) - So if you missed out on any of the great fireworks displays on the 4th of July, never fear. There are plenty of events for the whole family on Saturday before fireworks displays light up the Saturday night skies in the Willamette Valley and the Oregon Coast.
Salem-Keizer Volcanoes - Fireworks after the game tonight against the Hillsboro Hops.
The Volcanoes continue their Patriotic Tribute series with game two versus the Hillsboro Hops. Salem-Keizer will send righty Nick Gonzalez (0-2, 3.94) to the mound to face Hops right-hander (1-0, 0.60). Tickets are still available for Saturday's contest with the gates opening at 5:00 p.m. in advance of a 6:35 p.m. scheduled start.
Barbecue competition, kids' activities, watermelon eating contest, entertainment, 11:30 a.m. Fireworks at 10:00 p.m., downtown Independence. $1. Make sure to stop by Golden Grill Concessions for some great food.
Boat Show and Fireworks Display at Devils Lake
Deck your boat out in patriotic style for this Independence Day celebration at Regatta Park, with the Devils Lake Neighborhood Association leading off the parade at 7 pm. At 9:30 pm, a spectacular fireworks show featuring 6,000 pounds of explosives will be launched off a barge near Brown Bear Park, and will be clearly visible from D River Wayside, Regatta Park and Sand Point Park.
Bang on the Fifth of July
Avoid the Independence Day crowds with this slightly delayed fireworks display. At dusk on the beach.
St. Paul Rodeo:
Fireworks tonight after the event.
Experience the smoke and thunder of an American Civil War battle. More than 700 re-enactors will converge at Willamette Mission State Park July 4-6 to portray the realities of war in the 1860s.
Your family can visit the camps of soldiers and civilians and experience their lives during wartime.
Bring your lawn chairs or sit in the bleachers to watch artillery and cavalry demonstrations.
President Abraham Lincoln will visit the camps and review the troops, as well as hold a town hall meeting Saturday.
Admission is $8 for adults and $5 for seniors 55-plus and students through high school with student ID. Children under 6 years old receive free admission. Day-use parking is $5.
Fireworks Over the Lake. This fireworks show begins at 10:00 p.m.
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