Pack up the lawn chairs and come to M Health Fairview Sports Center for Woodbury’s annual Fourth of July Hometown Celebration Monday, July 4.
The festivities begin at 6 p.m. with bounce houses in the Kids Zone, open green space for family play, Madison’s Place playground, a chance to meet the mayor and City Council, and food trucks. The Southern Express Band, begins at 6 p.m. and Free Fallin, takes the stage around 8 p.m. The fireworks display launches at 10 p.m.
Special thanks to A.J. Alberts Plumbing for sponsoring this year’s event.
Please remember that while sparklers are legal in Minnesota, they are prohibited in city parks. Personal drones are prohibited over the event site.
The festivities take place rain or shine. In the event of severe weather (high winds, lightning, etc.), the event could be modified or postponed. Changes will be distributed via the city’s website, InTouch email notification system and social media accounts.
A large crowd is expected at this event. Parking is limited at M Health Fairview Sports Center, 4125 Radio Drive. Due to the large volume of traffic and road closure at the nearby intersection of Pioneer Drive and Lake Road, walking and biking to the event is encouraged. Those driving to the event should anticipate traffic congestion and long wait times when leaving the sports center. Pedestrians should utilize all crosswalks. Motorists are encouraged to park in the sports center and East Ridge High School parking lots. No parking will be allowed along Bailey Road and Radio Drive.
Please view the traffic map (PDF).
For more information, email the Parks and Recreation Department or call 651-714-3583.