COUNTDOWN: 2 weeks to 2018 West Seattle 4th of July Kids’ Parade!

(WSB photo from 2017 parade)

We are now exactly two weeks away from the 4th of July, and so we’re reminding you about West Seattle’s one-and-only Independence Day parade – the 4th of July Kids’ Parade. It’s been happening in North Admiral for almost a quarter-century but it draws families from all over the peninsula. No registration needed – just show up! The parade starts at 44th and Sunset at 10 am on Wednesday, July 4th, and winds a few blocks through surrounding neighborhoods before crossing California SW and heading to Hamilton Viewpoint Park for games and concessions. While local businesses sponsor activities and help with some of the costs, this community-organized event needs a little extra help to cover expenses such as permits – so if you can help, consider chipping in a bit here. Meantime, organizers want to thank sponsors including:

School of Rock (*)
SSCC Co-op Preschools (*)
A Kid’s Place Too (*)
Limber Yoga (*)
T-Mobile (*)
Lil Bug (*)
WestSide Baby (*)
FIT4MOM West Seattle (*)
Dream Dinners (*)
Dave Weitzel Construction
Barre3
Ounces
Admiral Theater
(*) Businesses with an asterisk plan to host a kid craft/activity at Hamilton Viewpoint Park.

Whether you’re planning to participate or just be a spectator, we’ll see you at the parade!

2 Replies to "COUNTDOWN: 2 weeks to 2018 West Seattle 4th of July Kids' Parade!"

  • Erika July 3, 2018 (9:53 am)

    Does  anyone know if powerwheel  cars are allowed?  They run on batteries but do not go fast.

    • WSB July 3, 2018 (10:41 am)

      The parade moves pretty slowly, especially at the start, so I wouldn’t recommend it.

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