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Kingston 4th of July Events
4TH OF JULY IN KINGSTON!!!
The 4th of July tradition in Kingston continues! It is a full day of family fun at the yacht club and Mike Wallace Park starting with the Pancake Breakfast at KCYC and culminating in the fireworks at dusk in Kingston Cove.
Please join KCYC and the Kingston community for a 4th celebration.
We guarantee you will have fun!!!
8am—11am: KCYC Pancake Breakfast
Bring friends and family for a great breakfast before the parade. Breakfast will include Pancakes, Sausage, Ham, Orange Juice and Coffee. The breakfast will be open to members and the public. Members can register by signing up online on the website; just click on the link below.
KCYC 4th of July Pancake Breakfast - 7/4/2023
10am—Noon/2pm—5pm: Tiny Town
Built for kids, Tiny Town is entertainment central for kids of all ages on the 4th of July. Complete with inflatable and bouncy house attractions along with other activities and food vendors, your kids will thank you for stopping by. Tiny Town is in the park next to the Village Green.
After the parade, Tiny Town continues all afternoon until 5pm. Join us in Mike Wallace Park afterwards for more fun and entertainment.
12pm—1pm: Kingston 4th of July Parade
Community members line both sides of Main Street (SR 014) from Lindvog to the Ferry Dock to watch the longest running parade West of the Mississippi! Many get their parking spaces and put their chairs out early. The WSF and all traffic is stopped to allow the parade to fill the street with Floats, Bands, Princesses and much more. Sign up online to march with KCYC:
Click here to sign up to participate.
1pm: Free Hot Dogs for Kids (while they last)
Directlly after the parade ends, KCYC will begin serving hotdogs to children in our community on the clubhouse deck. For children 12 and under, there is no cost. There is a nominal charge for adults. These dogs so really quickly so come early if you want to get one!
1pm—1:30pm: Ball Race
Join the fun on Central Avenue (1 block off Highway 104) as the annual Kingston Ball Race is back in action. The race begins once the parade traffic has cleared the streets. It’s a great time you sure don’t want to miss. Hosted by the Kingston Beautification Committee.
1pm—9pm: KCYC Beer/Wine/Spirits Tent
KCYC will operate the Beer Tent in Mike Wallace Park. Volunteers will be serving beer, wine, and spirits from 1pm to 9pm. Guests must be over 21, and ID will be required. The tent is sponsored by KCYC and open to the public.
Click here to volunteer to help.
11:30am—10pm: Music in the Park
This year there will be several amazing bands including:
2pm - 4pm: Megan & Heidi
5:30pm - 7:30pm: The Big Bear Band
8pm - 10pm: Soul Siren
Bring a blanket or “low” seating chairs and come ready to party. Open to all ages and sponsored by The Kingston Ale House.
It's been a long day, but the best is yet to come. Just when you think it couldn’t get any better the best little fireworks show in N. Kitsap is going to happen right on Apple Tree Cove. Easily viewed from Mike Wallace Park and many other places in Kingston, the fireworks show commences around 10:10pm and ends at approximately 10:30pm. It’s a great show and this year is going to be the best one yet. Sponsored by The Point Casino and Lou Krukar.
Registration is not Required