Clearfield City Fourth of July Celebration 2017
Clearfield City’s Fourth of July Celebration represents the best of America – a time for friends and family to gather and celebrate what we love about our country and our community.
Davis Hospital Patriotic Concert
Sunday July 2 at 7:00 PM
Get in the patriotic spirit at this concert, which kicks off the week’s festivities. Listen to a special guest speaker from Hill Air Force Base address the crowd. Then, experience the Clearfield Community Band performing patriotic classics that inspire and uplift.
Clearfield Aquatic & Fitness Center Pool Party
Monday July 3 at 7:30 PM
Who wouldn’t want to drop a watermelon 35 feet from the roof of our Aquatic & Fitness Center? Or dance on the pool deck, climb the giant “iceberg,” or slide down our spiral water slide? These are just some of the fun activities planned for this year’s Free Fourth of July Pool Party at the Clearfield Aquatic & Fitness Center.
Watermelon Drop Rules and Application
CenturyLink Movie Night
Monday July 3 at 7:00 PM Movie Begins at Dusk
Clearfield City’s Movie Night Under the Stars has become a well-loved tradition for the families in our community. Held at Fisher Park the night before the fourth, moviegoers bring their blankets and lawn chairs to enjoy a family-friendly movie under the summer sky. This year’s movie is “Sing!” a heartwarming story about following your dreams and never giving up.
Orbital ATK Freedom Run 5K
Tuesday July 4 at 7:00 AM Registration Begins at 6:00 AM
The annual Freedom Run is a free, non-timed “Fun Run” and 2-mile walk open to all ages & abilities. This event begins early on July 4, and kicks off the day’s fun. Donations for the run benefit the Utah Air Force Association’s Wounded Airman Program and the Clearfield City Recreation Youth Scholarship Program. Have fun, get active, and come
together with your community for a good cause!
The AAA Hometown Parade
Tuesday July 4 at 9:30 AM
Set up your chairs early for a prime viewing spot along the parade route! Wave those flags and cheer on local schools, businesses, civic organizations, and military groups participating in our Hometown Parade. Decorated floats, hot rods, and local marching bands never fail to thrill the crowd of over 8,000 parade-goers.
Davis Hospital Festival at Fisher Park
Tuesday July 4 at 5:00 PM
The Festival at Fisher Park is the culmination of the July 4th experience – featuring tasty treats, fun vendors, ice-cold beverages, and breathtaking fireworks! Headlining this year’s festival is rising country star Stephen Neal, and The National Parks, northern Utah’s own indie band. The festivities conclude with the second largest fireworks show in northern Utah – lasting over 30 minutes.