Menifee To Celebrate Independence Day with Parade, Fireworks


Celebrate Menifee’s annual Independence Day Celebration with a night of festivities at no cost on Saturday, June 29 at Wheatfield Park.

The event will begin with a parade down La Piedra Road at 5 p.m. It is open to guest participation and will conclude with a fireworks display at 9 p.m.

The event will offer entertainment for all ages, including live music from the Josh Royse Band and Cloud, a free kids zone and more than 100 food and craft vendors. The night will also include stunts and tricks from Gale Webb’s Extreme Sports and Air Show for a full night of family fun.

Although the event is free, guests are encouraged to bring canned goods as donations for the Menifee Valley Community Cupboard, a non-profit organization aimed to aid locals who suffer from hunger and malnutrition.

A free round-trip shuttle to the event will be available from the Sun City Civic Association parking lot at the corner of Sun City and Cherry Hills boulevards to Wheatfield Park from 5 to 10 p.m.

Street parking is available along Menifee and La Piedra roads with directional “no parking
signage” to clearly mark designated areas. Limited parking is available in the dirt lot across from
park.

Wheatfield Park is located at Menifee and La Piedra roads. To participate in the event’s parade, call 951-377-6089. For more information, contact the city of Menifee at 951-677-3072.




2 Comments:

  1. Where will the pictures of the event be posted? A photographer took pics of my kids... I think he was the event's photographer or maybe the newspaper?

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  2. I really feel that the NJROTC students should have been at the beginning of the parade instead of the volunteer parade participants.

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