Celebrate this Independence Day in Ohio with members of your community.
From comedy shows to fireworks in the park, here are some of the best Fourth of July celebrations happening this year in Ohio.
Head to the Dayton suburb of Beavercreek this Independence Day for an incredible spectacle celebrating our nation. The parade starts at 6pm, when participants walk along Dayton-Xenia Road from Meadowbridge Drive to Beavercreek High School. After the parade, follow the procession to Rotary Park for live entertainment, food, children's activities, and fireworks, which start at 10pm. Reach the start of the parade in just 10 minutes from Windsor Place.
Cincinnati's Ault Park has been hosting its annual Fourth of July celebrations for over five decades! The entire event is free to attend, from the children's parade to the fireworks. Food and drink are available for purchase at the concession stands. Registration for the children's parade and contest starts at 10:30am, and Bad Habit hits the stage at 7:30pm. Wrap up the celebrations with fireworks starting at 10pm. Ault Park is only 25 minutes from our Tall Timber community, and less than 15 minutes from Alexandra Apartments.
For 35 years the Doo Dah Parade has been celebrating freedom of speech through humor. This year is no different, marking the 36th year celebrating the "Liberty & Lunacy of Freedom of Speech". It all starts at 1pm in the Short North Arts District in Columbus, when participants will slay political dragons using comedy. It's a day filled with lots of laughs paired with live music, food, and alcohol. The fun happens at Goodale Park, which is just one hour away from Scioto Woods, Sandhurst, and Mallard Landing.