Evanston’s Fourth of July Agenda

Monday, 4th of July
Haitian Community Organization Festival.
Enjoy a free concert of live music, Caribbean food, football and basketball tournaments, face painting and more at James Park, 300 Dodge Ave.
14:00 to 22:00

Evanston 4th of July Parade.

The Evanston 4th of July Association celebrates 100 years!
Unlike many Independence Day celebrations in other cities, the festivities in Evanston are produced entirely by the Evanston Fourth of July Association, which is completely voluntary and funded by the community. No tax money is used for the actual production of the sporting activities, parade, twilight band show or fireworks. The following list is all the events planned for this centenary celebration. Thank you, Evanston 4th of July Association!
9am until fireworks at 9.30pm

4th of July morning games: Morning games are a 100-year-old tradition. Free family-friendly games and events bring neighbors together for fun, competition and social interactions in seven different locations. From sack races to egg tossing, running and pie eating, there’s something for everyone.
9-11 am in these four parks:

  • Baker Park: Forest Avenue and Keeney Street
  • West ETHS Field: (south end, behind school by diamond ball) 1600 Dodge Ave.
  • Fleetwood-Jourdain Center: 1655 Foster St.
  • Kamen Park – East: (Ridgeville Park District), South Boulevard and Barton Avenue

9:00 am in these three parks

  • Lincolnwood School: 2600 Colfax St., McDaniel Avenue and Grant Street
  • Robert Crown Center: 1701 Main Street, Main & Dodge
  • Willard School – 2700 Hurd Ave., Central Park and Park Place
Yoel, Sophia, Henoc, Ajman and Lilah refreshed with ice cream at Fountain Square on July 4, 2021.

4th of July fun run for children under 10 years old.
Pre-register for $15 per child and pick up your package at noon. Race day registration is $20 per child and starts at noon. The route is seven tenths of a mile and starts at Central Street in Ackerman Park (McDaniel Avenue and Central Street). Runners head west on Central Street to Fire Station 5, turn around and return to Ackerman Park. The registered runner receives a t-shirt, bib and ribbon.
Refreshments available.
Register at noon. The race starts at 12:45

Evanston American Legion Post 42 Chris Meter and Mandy Rinaldo

4th of July parade
Starts at 2pm on Central Street (Central Park Avenue to Ryan Field on Ashland Avenue). If you want to march with RoundTable, join us in your best red, white and blue dress at 1:30 pm as we line up in front of Bent Park on Central Street between Highland and Prospect Avenues. (RSVP to Carolyn@freetrialreviews.net.com and we’ll send you all the details.)

4th of July Band Concert
Palatine Concert Band. Arrington Lakefront Pond in Dawes Park.
19:30 – 21:00

4th of July fireworks by the lake
Settle by the lake and tune your radio to 90.5 FM to the music that accompanies you.

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