Please note that 2021 dates have not been set for these events yet, and COVID-19 may greatly impact or cancel programming. The information below demonstrates a typical year in Mt. Hood Territory. Specifics are from 2019.
4th of July is one of our favorite holidays around here and includes another of our favorite things... fireworks! Luckily many communities in Mt. Hood Territory like to celebrate all day long and continue to up their game every year with their offerings and firework displays for you and your families to enjoy. Stay safe and enjoy time with loved ones.
Parade at 10 AM, street fair, kids activities, car show and the fireworks begin at dusk at Trost School.
Timber competitions and logging events including: 50/50 axe throw, chain saw show offs, horse pull demonstration and pole climbing. Petting zoo, inflatable rides for kids, craft and food vendors plus live music. Aerial fireworks show at 10 pm at Timber Park.
All-day event with a guided walk at 9:30 AM followed by a parade at noon and the Family Festival afterwards with live music. Fireworks display at dusk at Happy Valley Park.
Pie eating contest, food vendors and music at Millennium Plaza Park followed by an illumination drone show in the sky.
Four nights of rodeo, live music, carnival, food vendors and fireworks show each night at dusk at the Event Center.
Bring your own blanket or chair and watch the fireworks show at dusk at Sandy High School.
Free event with live music, rock climbing wall, games, beer garden, food and drinks for sale and fireworks display at dusk at Willamette Park.
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Molly Johnson grew up in Mt. Hood Territory and loves getting to write content inspiring others to visit her beloved home.