Visit Oak Harbor this July for a small-town community celebration that will welcome you with open arms.
Oak Harbor hosts a charming Independence Day celebration on the weekend leading up to the 4th of July. Expect to see a carnival, an old-fashioned street fair (complete with local food, arts, beer garden and community information booths), a car show, and the Chamber’s first Annual Whidbey Wags Pet Parade.
On the 4th of July, the community comes out in droves for the much-anticipated Annual Independence Day Parade and later for the fabulous fireworks display (seen from all over the bay) to wrap up the patriotic weekend!”
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The 2023 theme for Independence Day and 4th of July Parade is FREEDOM
Old-Fashioned Independence Day Celebration is packed with events.
Carnival at the corner of Midway Blvd & Bayshore Dr
June 30 Friday 4pm - 10pm
July 1 Saturday 12pm - 10pm
July 2 Sunday 1pm - 10pm
July 3 Monday 4pm - 10pm
July 4 Tuesday 12pm - 10pm
Car Show on SE Pioneer Way between Midway Blvd & SE Pasak
July 1 Saturday 12pm - 4pm
Street Fair (Arts & Crafts booths, Food trucks, Beer Garden) on SE Pioneer Way between City Beach St & Midway Blvd
July 1 Saturday 10am - 6pm
July 2 Sunday 12pm - 6pm
Whidbey Wags Parade & Fair (parade for cats & dogs with their owners; fair with games, pools, snacks at the finish line) Parade starts in Windjammer Park at the west side kitchen, proceeds along the path closest to water, and finishes in Flintstone Park. CLICK HERE for more information.
July 3 Monday 4pm - 6pm
Parade starting at Midway Blvd & SE Pioneer Way, proceeding south on Midway Blvd, turn right onto Bayshore Dr, turn right onto City Beach St, turn left onto SE Pioneer Way, finishing on SE Pioneer Way near Ace Hardware
July 4 Tuesday 11am - 2pm
Fireworks in Windjammer Park
July 4 Tuesday 10pm-10:20pm