Centerville 4th of July
SATURDAY, JULY 1 - Centerville Community Park (1350 N 400 W)
9:00 AM - CHILDREN’S PARADE - Decorate your bikes and wagons or just come walk! Begins at the brick church on 1461 N Main, proceeds west on 1450 N, turns south on 400 W, and ends at the Centerville Community Park with popsicles and fun! Contact: Julie Hoth (801) 725-8766
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM - LIVE ENTERTAINMENT - Local talent will perform on the big stage in the East side of the park. Contact: Wendy Inkley (801) 834-3123
10:00 AM - 8:30 PM - ART & QUILT SHOW - Across the street in the cultural hall at the church 1285 N 400 W. (10:00 AM to 4:00 PM) Do you have a quilt or art piece to display? Contact: Leslie Palmer (801) 725-3781
FOOD TRUCKS - GAMES - BOUNCE HOUSES - BOOTHS Contact: Kim Curnow (801) 300-7260
8:30 PM - CONCERT IN THE PARK - Nathan Osmond & the Homeland Band
Nathan frequently hits #1 on country charts as he himself climbs the charts of being one of America’s hot new faces of country music. His high energy show leaves guests clapping, dancing and having a good time. He was recently nominated as the New Artist of the Year and New Vocalist of the Year by the new music awards in California.
Nathan currently resides in Utah but travels all over the country doing corporate events, concerts and private functions.
DUSK - FIREWORKS - Spread your blankets July 1 only!
MONDAY, JULY 3 - William R. Smith Park (300 N 100 E)
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM - CHILDREN’S ENTREPRENEUR MARKET
Children proudly represent their startup business. They set up their displays and open for business at William R. Smith Park (300 N 100 E)! This is a powerful opportunity for parents to help their kids learn budgeting, cost of goods, business skills, profit, & pricing. The cost to attend is free, so come on out & support these local kids. Register online: ChildrensEntrepreneurMarket.com/Event/Jul-3-5-8pm
TUESDAY, JULY 4
7:00 AM - 5K FREEDOM RUN
Begins at City Hall (250 N Main St.) Register online: bit.ly/FreedomRun2k23
9:00 AM - PARADE
Begins at the red stake center (1461 N Main St.), ends at Pages Lane. Note: Residents can start putting out chairs and blankets to secure their spots for the parade after 4:00 PM on July 3.