Virtual Fireworks and Other Fourth of July Activities Happening This Weekend

While traditional Fourth of July fireworks and festivals are officially canceled this year, there are still plenty of things to do outdoors or at home in Montgomery County, Maryland. Here is a list of virtual fireworks events and other activities happening over the July 4, 2020 weekend.

United Montgomery, Stronger Together Virtual Fireworks

Celebrate the Fourth of July at home with a virtual fireworks show, local music highlights and messages from county officials during the “United Montgomery, Stronger Together” event on Friday, July 3 at 8 pm. The program will be broadcast live on County Cable Montgomery. Learn More

Gaithersburg Virtual Summer Fest and Fireworks Spectacular

Celebrate America’s independence while staying safer at home with the City of Gaithersburg’s week-long virtual SummerFest. Participate in virtual activities hosted by Kentlands Mansion, Benjaman Gather Center, Arts Barn and more. On July 4, hear a message from Mayor Jud Ashman, join in the Pledge of Allegiance, and then enjoy a video montage of past fireworks displays on Gaitherburg’s YouTube channel and Facebook page. Learn More

Calleva Farm | Dickerson, MD

Friday Nights at Calleva Farm

Kick off your Fourth of July festivities with a relaxed and unstructured evening in the country at Calleva Farm. Enjoy delicious pizza, freshly made lemonade, ice cream and an opportunity to wander the farm on a beautiful summer evening. Families are welcome! Learn More

Virtual July 4 Parade and Singalong

Join The Civic Circle for a virtual parade and singalong. The parade goes live at 9 am on Saturday, July 4. This musical mini parade features Civic Circle Teaching Artists Nick Newlin and Lea Morris and is geared toward elementary school students. The parade will kick off your July 4 celebration, and the Kid Fun Kit will keep you busy all day! Learn More

Looking for even more things to do this weekend? Find the perfect trail with the Montgomery County Trail Guide, explore the Tastemakers Trail or visit local farms in the 93,000-acre Agricultural Reserve.