It’s time for fun, food and fireworks as Lewis County gears up to celebrate the summer’s favorite holiday — the 4th of July! With parades, fireworks displays and tons of fun locally, bring the family and have a safe and fun holiday. To help celebrate Independence Day 2023, here’s the information on the 4th of July firework displays in Chehalis, Centralia and Lewis County.

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4th of July Firework Displays in Chehalis

Jesus Name Pentecostal Church Freedom Celebration
158 Bishop Road, Chehalis
July 2, 8 p.m.

Join Jesus Name Pentecostal Church for their annual Freedom Celebration on Sunday, July 2. Enjoy live music, bounce houses and free all-American BBQ. Cap the night off with spectacular fireworks show sure to delight all ages. The fun starts at 8 p.m., so begin your Independence Day celebrations early with this fantastic event.

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Enjoy the displays of freedom all around Lewis County with numerous fireworks shows. Photo credit: Krysta Carper

4th of July Firework Displays in Centralia

Red, White & Retro Summerfest
Downtown Centralia
July 4, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Summerfest is the largest celebration in Lewis County of our nation’s independence. This annual day of excitement on the 4th of July is all about Red, White & Retro, as activities are held for those of all ages. The merriment starts with a parade in downtown Centralia, followed by tons of fun.

4th of July Derby and Fireworks
Southwest Washington Fairgrounds
July 4, 4 to 10:20 p.m.

A demolition derby and fireworks highlight the fun on the 4th at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds. The gates open at 4 p.m. with the exciting demolition derby starting at 7 p.m. Tickets are $12 for adults, $10 for kids aged 6 to 12, and box seats are available. Be sure to stick around afterward for the largest firework show in the area starting at 10:20 p.m.

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Celebrate the 4th of July in Lewis County with plenty of fun, family-friendly activities planned. Photo credit: Krysta Carper

4th of July Firework Displays in Lewis County

Pe Ell 4th of July Celebration
July 4

Head west on Highway 6 for Pe Ell’s annual 4th of July Celebration. Don’t miss the fabulous parade starting at noon on Main Street, and stick around for the equally fantastic firework display at 10 p.m. on the school grounds.

Mossyrock Freedom Festival
Downtown Mossyrock
July 4, 2 p.m.

Celebrate USA’s birthday in Mossyrock with the annual Freedom Festival. This fun-filled one-day event features a parade at 3 p.m., followed by free hotdogs, vendors, games, and a street dance with live music by Brian Green and Monty Ray. At 10 p.m. is the firework show, so bring a chair and stay the day for all the free fun.

Before the festivities, don’t miss the 5k and 8k run/walk on Sunday, July 2, starting at 8:30 a.m. Enjoy the region’s beauty with this chance to run or walk across the Mossyrock Dam. Medals will be awarded to the first 200 participants and the top finishers.

Mineral Lake Freedom & Fishing
Mineral Lake Lions Den Campground
113 East Front Street, Mineral
July 1,  9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Experience the 4th of July on the lake! This free community event is hosted by Mineral Lake Lions Den Campground. Hear live music, eat yummy food and let the kids fish on July 1 — it’s all about fishing, fun and freedom! Fireworks on the lake start after dark, so bring a seat or book a campsite and stay the whole weekend into the holiday.

Packwood 4th of July Firework Display

Packwood Improvement Club Community Center
13096 US-12, Packwood
July 1, dusk

Don’t miss Packwood’s annual 4th of July fireworks is July 1 at dusk. Spectators are invited to gather at the fire station and Packwood Improvement Club Community Center. Bring your own chair or a blanket and sit on the fire station lawn. Packwwod’s own band, One Shot, will provide live music. Donations are appreciated and accepted at Chevron Station and in the fire station parking lot during the event.

Are you planning on having a firework show at home? Be sure to check out the Washington State Patrol’s guidelines and information resources for more information. WSP encourages those celebrating with fireworks to check their local jurisdiction as well.

Do you have a fun 4th of July event happening in Lewis County? Send us an email at submit@lewistalk.com and tell us about it!

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