Warren County Fourth of July Celebration

That’s it for another great Fourth of July Celebration! Hope you had a great time, and once we all get some well deserved rest, we’ll go right back into planning for 2018!

We’ve drawn the grand prize winners, and judged the floats. Scored the Drum & Bugle Corps and already invited them back! There was a lot of work put into today, but still a lot more work to finalize the day, so stay tuned, and we’ll have Grand Prize Ticket winners out as soon as we can, and we’ll announce winners of the Corps, Floats, Bands & everything else, just as soon as we get all the tallies in.

So check back here, and we’ll make all these announcements as soon as we can, and once again, thank you as always, for your support!

(…and good luck to the newly engaged couple!)


The Fourth of July Parade will be on its 71st year as of July 2018.  See the parade page for more information, and how to get involved.  Businesses, organizations and individuals can all be a part of our annual tradition!


Liberty Street, another of our yearly venues, is packed with activities for both kids and adults!  From face-painting & bounce houses to vendors, local treats and live entertainment, we’ve got something for everyone!


Betts Park is where we hold our concerts, fairs, games and other events, bringing in entertainment from all over!  Live Music from Frontiers to Madison Rising, special events like the Allegheny River Dancers & Birds of Prey, the list goes on!

None of this is possible without the support of our town, its people and its businesses!  If you’d like to help keep this tradition going for years to come, talk to us! We’ll give you a million reasons to be a part of our celebration!