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Posted on: June 22, 2020

City of Marysville announces 4th of July celebration

City Tile Fourth of Julyvirtual update

We’re delighted to announce that a live fireworks display will be back to light up the Marysville night sky on the 4th of July. We moved the location to the south end of town for a higher aerial show that can be safely viewed by more residents from their back yards or public areas. The fireworks show will begin at dusk (approximately 10 p.m.) Tune into 101.1 KXA Radio for a fabulous synchronized music show to accompany the fireworks. 

In these next two weeks leading up to the holiday, you’re invited to join the city’s virtual celebration fun! Videos, activities and contests include:

Photo Contest 

Submit your photo on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter with #msvl4thcontest by noon Monday, July 6. Winners will be announced later that week and receive a prize. 

  • Patriotic pet (dress up Fido or Fluffy in a patriotic costume)
  • Here’s looking at you, Marysville (family photos with American spirit)
  • It’s beautiful day in the neighborhood (decorate your yard in red, white and blue)
  • Nailed it (re-create a 4th of July cake created by Simply Caketastic)

Miles for Marysville

In this fitness challenge, track how many miles you walk, bike or run and submit them online. Post participate selfies using the #milesformarysville hashtag. Contest deadline is noon Monday, July 6. 


  • 4th of July planter with Sunnyside Nursery
  • Painted Mason jars
  • Patriotic tin can clangers 


  • Barbecue tips from Jeff’s Texas Style BBQ
  • Sides and salad with Bleacher’s Grill at Cedarcrest Golf Course
  • Desserts from Village Taphouse & Grill


  • 4th of July music with the EveryLeaf Band 

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