Fourth of July
Stafford’s 4th of July Spectacular will kick off at 6 pm at John Lee Pratt Park.
The evening will include live music, surprise grab bags for family fun (while supplies last), yard games, food trucks, a DJ, and Fireworks.
The firework display will begin at dusk.
Admission is FREE
What could be more patriotic than spending July 4th on the grounds of George Washington’s Boyhood Home? Celebrate Independence Day the Revolutionary Way with acres of activities for all ages!
The Patawomeck Native American Museum and Living Village is an exciting new addition to Stafford County’s cultural landscape. The museum offers a unique experience that showcases the rich history and vibrant culture of the Patawomeck tribe. Shuttles leave from Downtown Fredericksburg near the Visitor Center.
Join Barley Naked Brewing Company for an Independence Celebration on Saturday, July 1st from 12 – 8 PM! There will be live music, food trucks, a bounce house, games, contests, charity events, and all the beer and seltzer you can dream of! This event is fun for the entire family!
One of the most enduring shows of all time, this gem from Andrew Lloyd Webber uses the biblical story of Joseph to tell a universal story of dreamers. Bursting with energy, this is the ultimate family experience that will leave you dancing in the aisles and exiting the theatre with a smile on your face.
Join us on the steps of the Hugh Mercer Apothecary Shop, Caroline Street, as we celebrate our Independence with a live reading of the Declaration of Independence.