Ohio Valley Schedule of July Fourth Events


In Martins Ferry, gates will open at the Schools Complex at 5001 Ayers Limestone Road at 5:30 today. Fireworks will begin at dusk. Rain day is Saturday.

In Barnesville, fireworks will begin at dusk Saturday at Barnesville Memorial Park, located at 130 Fair Street.


Fireworks will begin at dusk Friday in Wellsburg.


In Senecaville, fireworks will begin at dusk Saturday at Seneca Lake Park.

In Cambridge, fireworks will begin at 10 p.m. Friday in the Cambridge City Park. Also in Cambridge, fireworks will begin at dusk Saturday at Spring Valley Campground.


In Weirton, fireworks will begin at dusk tonight at the Weirton Events Center.


In Cadiz, an all-day celebration will be held Saturday at Sally Buffalo Park, Wallace Lodge, beginning at 10 a.m. The festivities will include a golf cart parade, beanbag toss tournament, flea market, craft show and a DJ, as well as the Beast of the East baseball tournament. Fireworks begin at dusk.

At Tappan Lake, fireworks will be held at Tappan Lake Park on Saturday, beginning at dusk.

In Byesville, fireworks begin at dusk Sunday.



In Bloomingdale, Independence Day events include an opening ceremony at 6 p.m. tonight near the community building area. The Rev. Chuck Mehl of the United Methodist Church will lead the ceremony. Special music will be offered by the Methodist and Shaffer Chappel choirs, and a puppet show is planned. The Old Timers vs. Teeny Boppers softball game is planned at 6:30 p.m..

On Friday, a breakfast is planned from 8-11 a.m. at the Methodist church. A donation will be accepted. A parade is planned at 2 p.m. at the top of county Road 39, with lineup at 1:30 p.m. A fireworks display will be presented at 10 p.m.

In Toronto, Gem City Day fireworks will begin at 10 p.m. Saturday at Clarke Hinkley Stadium.

In Wintersville, there have been some changes in the Thunder in the Ville festival lineup this weekend at Indian Creek High School. Mac and Rue will perform beginning at 4:30 on Friday, and the Joseph Sisters will perform until 10 p.m. Saturday. The fireworks will take place at 10 p.m. Saturday.

In Steubenville, fireworks begin at dusk Friday.



In Moundsville, the first American Hero Appreciation Day will be held Friday at Grand Vue Park. A portion of the park’s proceeds from the day will benefit The Wounded Warrior Project. There will be free zipline rides for all active military and veterans and will be half-price for other riders.

In Cameron, the B&O Freight Depot in downtown Cameron will be open to visitors Friday in conjunction with the city’s Independence Day festivities. The Greater Cameron Landmarks Commission will offer coffee and baked goods for sale.


In Woodsfield, Bicentennial Fireworks will begin at dusk tonight at the Monroe Central Football Stadium.


In Caldwell, fireworks will begin at dusk Friday at the Noble County Fairgrounds.


Tonight, a fireworks display will be held at Patterson Field in Elm Grove.

In Wheeling, the Wheeling Independence Day Celebration will be held Friday starting at 7 p.m. The event will be held at 12th & Water streets. Features will include the Wheeling Symphony Orchestra and fireworks starting at dusk. In case of inclement weather, concerts may be presented in WesBanco Arena (14th & Water Street).

An Independence Day Celebration is planned at Oglebay Park today and Friday. Tonight at Schenk Lake, the fireworks will begin at 9:30 p.m. with special patriotic music presented in conjunction with the fireworks. The event is an annual tribute to Albert Schenk.

In Bethlehem, the celebration begins in the Bethlehem Community Park at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, and concludes with fireworks at dusk by Pyrotechnics by Presutti. There will be food venders, free putt-putt golf, inflatables, disc jockey Trey Dunlevy, and performances by the Ohio Valley Twirlers and Easy Street.


In Sistersville, fireworks begin at dusk Sunday.


A fireworks display in Pine Grove will begin tonight at dusk.

In Hundred, fireworks begin Friday at dusk at the City Park.