Fourth of July Celebrations in Kane County
Fourth of July Celebrations in Kane County

Fourth of July Events/ Celebrations in Kane County

Kane County Connects Staff 6/29/2022 8:00AM

Aurora - July 4, 2022
Parade: Procession will begin at Phillips Park on Aurora‚Äôs East Side at 10 a.m. and travel past Sunnymere Nursing Home before going through downtown. The procession will continue through the West Side of Aurora and travel back east on Indian Trail Avenue to the Far East Side before heading south on Eola Road. The procession will conclude at Aurora Fire Station 12 at Eola Road and Hafenrichter Road.
Fireworks: RiverEdge Park (7:00 p.m. -9:45 p.m.) 360 N. Broadway Avenue;  McCullough Park (7:00 p.m. - 9:45 p.m.) 150 W. Illinois Avenue.

Batavia - July 4, 2022
Fireworks: Batavia High School (5 p.m. -10 p.m.) or Engstrom Park 326 Millview Drive.


Burlington - July 3, 2022
Fireworks (5 p.m. - 10 p.m.) Burlington Park, 401 Park Street.

Carpentersville -July 2, 2022
Parade: Steps off at Village Hall (10 a.m.) and ends at Carpenter Park.

Elgin - July 4, 2022
Parade: Steps off on Slade and Douglas Street in front of Elgin City Hall (9 a.m.) Fireworks: Festival Park (9:20 p.m.) 132 S. Grove Ave.

Huntley - July 4, 2022
Fireworks: Deicke Park (9:30 p.m.) 11419 IL-47

Pingree Grove - July 9, 2022
Parade and Fireworks:  4:00 P.M.- 10 P.M.

Sleepy Hollow - July 2, 2022/ July 4, 2022
Fireworks: Sabatino Park (9:30 p.m.) 145 Thorobred Lane. (7/2) Parade: Sabatino Park (11 a.m.) 145 Thorobred Lane. (7/4)

South Elgin - July 4, 2022
Community Picnic and Concert: Panton Mill Park (11 a.m.) 10 N. Water St., along the Fox River.

St. Charles - July 4, 2022
Fireworks: Pottawatomie Park (Dark) 8 North Ave.

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