Fireworks! Parades! Fun! Today is the Fourth!

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Roland Park Parade, 2011. Photo by Susan Dunn.


Fourth of July firework displays and parades abound today.  Take the time to get outdoors and enjoy your friends and neighbors.  (Take your mind off  the power outages and storm damage too!)

The list of firework displays below comes from the Office of the State Fire Marshal and includes the organizations that have received permits to display fireworks tonight and tomorrow night. Some of the firework displays are private — the country clubs, for sure — but if you can find a spot nearby, you can enjoy the spectacle, too.

If we have left out your neighborhood parade, please let us know at [email protected] and we will add it to the parade list.

Our team at Baltimore Fishbowl will be enjoying a relaxed work schedule tomorrow so we can spend the day with family and friends, too.

Happy 4th!

Fireworks – July 4

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
401 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21202

Time: 9:30

Catonsville High School (rain date: July 7)
421 Bloomsbury Avenue, Catonsville 21228

Time: 9:15

Fullerton Park (rain date: July 5)
4304 Fullerton Avenue, Baltimore 21236

Time: 9:00

Grange Elementary School (rain date: July 6)
2000 Church Road, Dundalk 21222

Time: 9:15

Greenspring Valley Hunt Club (rain date: July 5)
30 Greenspring Valley Road, 21117

Time: 9:00

Loch Raven Tech Academy (rain date: July 5)
8101 LaSalle Road, Baltimore 21286

Time: 9:15

Oregon Ridge Park (rain date: July 5)
13401 Beaver Dam Road, Cockeysville 21030

Time: 9:45



Parades – July 4


Roland Park Parade

Meet in front of the Library at Roland Avenue and Longwood Road

10:00 a.m.


Mt. Washington Parade

Begins at Springwell Senior Living, 2211 W. Rogers Avenue

10:00 a.m.


Towson Area Parade

At Bosley Avenue and Towsontown Blvd.

10:30 a.m.


Catonsville Parade

Starts at Frederick Road and Montrose Avenue

3:00 p.m.


Annapolis Parade

Starts at Amos Garrett Blvd. and ends at Market House

6:30 p.m.



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  1. there’s also the little neighbourhood parade in federal hill. 10-ish on william street/montgomery street.

    • Thanks for the addition Meg! I couldn’t find it online!! It’s a good one, too, as I recall, very old timey…

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