Take some time off to celebrate our country's independence with family and friends. Here's some local events you can enjoy.

Windcrest 4th of July Parade & Celebration
Friday, Jul 4 10:00 AM 
Windcrest City Hall San Antonio, TX
The City of Windcrest will host its 3rd Annual 4th of July Parade & Celebration Friday, July 4 at City Hall. The opening ceremony will begin at 10:00 AM led by the American Legion Post 612 in front of City Hall. The parade will follow at 10:30 AM and will circle the Windcrest Golf Course. Immediately following the parade there will be a celebration with music, food and refreshments.

2nd Annual Kirby 4th of July Fireworks
Friday, Jul 4 2:00 PM to Saturday, Jul 5 12:00 AM  
Friendship Park Kirby, TX
Fireworks, family activities, carnival, booths, DJ, Live Entertainment – Mario Flores and Soda Creek Band and Electric Circus.  Visit www.kirbytx.org for complete information.

Woodlawn Lake Park San Antonio, TX
Friday, July 4, 2014  8:30 AMWoodlawn Lake Park serves as the backdrop for the H-E-B Fireworks Extravaganza that follows a day of FREE activities and entertainment. The San Antonio Parks Foundation presents the City's OFFICIAL July 4th Celebration sponsored by San Antonio Parks & Recreation Dept., HEB & Rio San Antonio Cruises. Activities start at 8:30 am with a 4K Firecracker Family Fun Run, live music, carnival rides, great food & our spectacular RED, WHITE & BLUE Family Parade at 11:30 AM. Opening Ceremonies are at noon & the H-E-B Fireworks close the evening. This is a Family & Pet Friendly Event.

Schertz 36th Annual Fourth of July Jubilee Parade
Join the Alzafar Shriners in Schertz for the 36th Annual Jubilee Parade honoring Independence Day. Parade begins at 9:30 AM. on July 3rd at 1001 Elbel Road. The parade route extends from Buffalo Drive to Schertz Parkway to Main Street to Oak Street.

Annual Schertz Fourth of July Jubilee. 
The popular fireworks display starts at 9:15 PM, but there is plenty to see and do before that. The 4th of July Jubilee will be a rocking and rolling party of pageantry, parade and patriotism. A family-friendly carnival and scores of food and beverage booths carry Jubilee into the night where anticipation grows for bright stars and colorful, magical lights, courtesy of the fireworks show.
 
Admission is free for the two-day event at Pickrell Park, on Aero Avenue at FM 1518. Stay up to date with activities at www.VisitSchertz.com