How Three Central Texas Cities Celebrate the Fourth of July
Independence Day is a big deal for Central Texas Communities. Here's what's happening in Belton, Temple and on Fort Hood.
Belton's Independence Day celebration actually begins on Wednesday, July 1 with a Kick off BBQ lunch at Yettie Polk Park. Adults are $5, kids are $3.
The Carnival, and Western Gift Show begin on Thursday July 2 and continue thru the 4th.
The main attraction, the PRCA rodeo also starts on Thursday.
July 4, the world renowned Belton Fourth of July Parade starts at 10:00 a.m. on Main Street at 10th Avenue, travels south on Main Street to Central Avenue, turns east on Central Avenue, turns left on Birdwell and ends on 4th Ave.
Temple Parks and Recreation plus HEB equals the 17th Annual H-E-B All American Family Fun Fest, Saturday, July 4th at Miller Park (1919 North 1st Street).
It’s FREE!!!! There will be family fun activities like inflatables and a mechanical bull. Of course the splash pads will be open.
Concerts begin at 6:30 with Blackwater Band and then High Fidelity.
In the end, there will be a fireworks show!
The H-E-B All American Family Fun Fest is free and open to everyone. Limited parking will be available inside the park near the intersection of North 1st and West Virginia Avenue. Bring lawn chairs and blankets for the concerts and fireworks
You’ll find more information about the 2015 H-E-B All American Family Fun Fest at templeparks.com or call 254.298.5440.