I hope you all have a wonderful 4th of July weekend. Below you’ll find a list of events happening in the 1st Assembly District. Independence Day weekend is the most heavily trafficked holiday on the water, and with this year’s increase in first time boaters it’s more important than ever to educate constituents on the importance of safe and responsible boating. Click here to find boating safety on the CA Department of Parks’ website.
Fire season is upon us. Please remember to follow your local ordinances pertaining to fireworks to help keep our communities safe. With many counties changing their policies this year due to drier than usual conditions, be sure to double check the status of fireworks shows as the date nears.
Visit Paradise to view the Parade of Flags along Skyway on Independence Day, July 4th.
Lassen County Fairgrounds hosts the annual Firework Show around dark after the stock-car races. The gates at the Diamond Mt. Speedway will open at 4:00, July 4th.
Spalding American Legion activities start on July 1st. View all events here.
2022 Fandango Days Celebration is July 2nd followed by a fireworks show at Cal Pines Lodge.
Check out the Nevada City 4th of July Parade or the Truckee 4th of July Parade
View details for the 4th of July Parade and Fireworks, and more.
Information for Roseville’s fireworks show can be found here.
Check out Fireworks Spectacular Over Lake Almanor details here.
Silver Buckle Rodeo & 4th of July Parade details here.
Anderson Explodes is July 3rd featuring music by Jared Hovis and a fireworks show.
Redding’s Freedom Festival is on Monday, July 4, at the Redding Civic Auditorium.
This article has a roundup of 4th of July events for Anderson, Redding, Burney, and more.
Information for Mount Shasta’s annual town-wide Fourth of July celebration can be found here.
Check out information about fireworks shows in Yreka here.
Have a safe and wonderful holiday weekend,
Assemblywoman Megan Dahle