Fourth of July Celebration

2019 Worthington Hills Fourth of July




  • Saturday, June 29
    • 8:30 am – Firecracker Trot
    • 5 – 8 pm – Softball Games
      • 5 pm – Littles (9 and under)
      • 6 pm – Tweens (10 and up)
      • 7 pm – Adults
  • Sunday, June 30
    • 4 – 7 pm – Family Fun Fest
  • Thursday, July 4
    • Noon – Parade
    • 8 pm – Family Party and Drone Show

Firecracker Trot
Join us for a fun-filled 5k run/walk through the Hills! The race begins and ends at Worthington Hills Elementary School.  All ages welcome!

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Fun Fest
Fun Fest is a family carnival featuring games, inflatables, a DJ, raffles and food trucks. Held at Worthington Hills Elementary School. Tickets are sold and are good for games and raffles. Wristbands are available for unlimited turns on inflatables. Volunteers are always needed (adults and kids 5th grade and up) to work this event. For more information, contact Debbie and Jeff Todd at

Stars and Stripes Softball Games
Come one, come all for a family-friendly game of softball! Meet at the Worthington Hills Elementary field. It’s “North” vs. “South” and fun is the name of the game! The grills are fired up during the games – hamburgers and hot dogs are provided for our hungry spectators and players. For more information, contact Kelly and Kevin Tamulonis at

The 4th of July starts wouldn’t be the same without our neighborhood parade. Floats, veterans, bands, classic cars, bikes & trikes… you never know who or what you might see coming down Clubview Boulevard! We encourage all streets and groups to participate. The parade starts at noon at Clubview North/Highview and ends at Worthington Hills Elementary School. Awards ceremony is held immediately after the parade in the school parking lot. For more information, contact this year’s Parade Marshals Emmalee and Jared Terpenning at

Drone Show and Family Watch Party
New this year as our grand finale is a drone show and family watch party, fully funded by the Worthington Hills Civic Association. Located at Worthington Hills Elementary School, the evening will be filled with fun, music and lights! Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy! For more information, contact Heather and Jud Van Syckle at or

Weather: For all Independence Day events, as a spectator or participant you must use your own judgment as to your safety regardless of whether or not an event is canceled.
Cancellation Policy: Events will be delayed or canceled by dangerous weather such as high winds, lightning, tornadoes, etc. Rain alone will not stop the events. Every effort is made to run every event.
Notice of Delays/Cancellations: In the event of a delay or cancellation, notice will be posted on the WHCA website home page under “News & Events” and our Facebook page. Follow us at:

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