Ready for 4th of July fun in Snoqualmie: Ana’s, Infusion add new events to community festivities

There will be some new additions to this year’s 4th of July festivities on Snoqualmie Ridge – a pretty fun day in Snoqualmie that starts with a Kiddie Parade, has an afternoon family festival at Snoqualmie Community Park and then a professional fireworks evening at Snoqualmie Community Park.

Kids are invited to decorated their bikes and them meet at Cascade View Elementary where the mayor will lead the short parade route at 10:30AM to the park where afternoon fun awaits from 11AM to 2PM. This annual event is nearing two decades in existence and always draws a huge crowd for bounce houses, face painting, food, music, teen zone area, pony rides and more.

AND…new this year: some local Center Blvd businesses are also throwing their hats into the Independence Day fun offerings!

Ana’s Mexican Restaurant will have a cherry wood outdoor grill fired up on the patio from 11AM to 9PM, offering barbecued food items like street tacos and Mexican elotes, which are grilled corn on the cob garnished with butter, sour cream, Mexican cheese, and chili powder.

Anna will have a seating area set up for families and for those 21 and over, her bar will have an outdoor area open for the day, extending into the back parking lot.

Nearby Infusion Bar and Grill is also getting into the act, offering up a fun patio area for their Back Parking Lot Bring-Your-Own-Camping-Chair 4th of July Party.

Dakota Poorman will be playing music out in the parking lot at 6pm before the big firework show at the Community Park. Everyone is invited to partake in Oversize Yard Games, 21+ Beer Garden and order off the BBQ menu. Infusion’s parking lot also offers a good view of the fireworks show for those who wish to watch it there.

If you’re heading up to the Snoqualmie Community Park to catch the professional fireworks show – Red, White and Boom – those festivities start at 7PM. Food trucks will be on hand at the park, along with music and family activities. [Note that there is not a beer garden at this community event.]

Red, White and Boom attendees are asked to bring their own blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy the fireworks show that lasts about 20-30 minutes and is slated to brighten the skies over the Snoqualmie Valley starting around 9:45PM.

Happy 4th of July, Snoqualmie!

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