4th of July fireworks show set for Log Boom Park in Kenmore

There will be a bounce house, yard games, DJ, dancing and food vendors leading up to the show.

  • Tuesday, June 25, 2019 8:30am
  • Life

The Kenmore fireworks show presented by Frank Lumber is set to blast off at 10 p.m. on July 4, from the Log Boom Park pier (17415 61st Ave. NE).

Leading up to the main show, there will be a bounce house, yard games, DJ, dancing and food vendors beginning at 7:30 p.m.

The event is free and all attendees need to bring is a blanket or chair. The event does draw a crowd and parking is limited, according to a press release. Attendees are encouraged to make plans to bus, carpool, walk or ride to the park.

Here are nearby bus routes:Via Metro Bus – Route 522 (bus stop at 61st and Bothell Way NE, close to park)

Via Burke Gilman Trail – Log Boom Park is located right on the Burke-Gilman Trail. Bikes are permitted within the park viewing area if stored on perimeter of seating area.

Limited parking will be available at:Uplake Professional Center, 5723 NE Bothell Way in Kenmore

Church of the Redeemer, 6211 NE 182nd St. in Kenmore

Disabled parking located near park entry on Northeast 175th Street

Onsite vendorsSpot Hot Dogs & Brats (Various Hot Dogs, Brats, chips and drinks)

314 Pie (Meat, Veggie Pies, Sweet Pies)

Fun Times Ice Cream (Ice Cream, Snow cones, soda and water)

Uncle Stinky’s Magic (Light-up items)

Volunteers needed

The city of Kenmore is also looking for volunteers to help with this and other summer events, according to the press release. Those who are interested can email Stephanie Brown at sbrown@kenmorewa.gov.

More event details are available at www.kenmorewa.gov/events.

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