Haggen Family 4th of July Celebration
Jul. 4th, 2017, 9:00 am
Zuanich Point Park & Squalicum Boathouse
The annual Independence Day celebration features Whatcom County’s biggest fireworks display, plus olde time games for children, live music, a beer garden and a Hoop it Up 3×3 basketball tournament.
Join us for a tradition of good old patriotic pride in the heart of Bellingham. Once again, Haggen will be partnering with The Port of Bellingham and the Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce & Industry to bring you a day of family-friendly events and a spectacular display of fireworks.
The festivities kick off at 11am with the Hoop it Up 3 on 3 basketball tournament (packet pickup begins at 9am), open to 4-person teams of all ages. Teams should register in advance at the Hoop it Up website.
Additional details about signing up children under the age of 13 can be found here.
Parking & Shuttle:
While limited parking will be available at Squalicum Harbor, celebrants are encouraged to walk, bike or use the free passenger shuttles that will run from 1pm through 11pm and pick up passengers at Bellingham High School located at 2020 Cornwall Avenue. The drop-off point will be the CityMac parking lot inside Squalicum Harbor. Event-goers will then use the promenade pedestrian path to reach the event site.
There will also be designated handicap parking on site. Caregivers will also be able to drop off and pick up disabled and elderly visitors in front of the Squalicum Boathouse.
9am – Packet pickup begins for Hoop it Up Basketball Tournament
11am-8pm – Hoop it Up Basketball Tournament begins (end time determined by the # of teams)
11am-5pm – Olde Time Games
11am-10pm – Vendor Booths
12:30pm-10pm – Live Music (full schedule below)
2pm-10pm – Beer Garden in Squalicum Boathouse
10:30pm (or dusk) – Fireworks Show
Live Music Performances:
12:30-1:30pm – Bellingham Youth Jazz Band
2:30-4:30pm – Chris Eger Band
5:30-7:30 pm – Baby Cakes
8:30pm-Fireworks – Washington Army National Guard “Full Metal Racket Rock Band”
Photos from past Family 4th of July Celebrations