Brownsburg July 4

Celebrate July 4 in Brownsburg with the Brownsburg Lions Club Extravaganza, Parade, Fireworks and a patriotic Concert!

Brownsburg Lions Club 4th of July Extravaganza 

June 29-July 4 | 5-11 PM

Arbuckle Acres Park

 

$20 Wristband Nights

June 29 & 30, July 1, 2 & 3

Learn More from the Brownsburg Lions Club

Parade - July 3, 10 AM

To avoid conflict with church services, the parade will be on Saturday, July 3 at 10 AM.

 

Parade Route:

Begins at Brownsburg High School. North on S. Odell St. to Tilden Dr, west on Tilden to S. Green St., north on S. Green St. to Enderly Ave.

 

 

Contact the Brownsburg Lions Club to be in the parade.

July 4 Concert

Sing along to your patriotic favorites with Indy Jazz Orchestra!

July 4, 7:45-9:45 PM

Town Hall Green

View the fireworks from downtown Brownsburg starting at 10 PM.

Fireworks will be shot from Lincolnwood Park. Public will not be allowed on site.

Thank you to our 2021 sponsors:

 

July 4 Fireworks Show

Severe Weather Policy

Brownsburg Parks takes the safety and welfare of all participants and employees seriously. This policy is
designed to give guidance to employees, parents and registered participants in situations where an activity
may need to be cancelled. Employees may use their best judgment in certain situations and some
determinations/cancellations may be made at a facility, program or event.

Time Frame for Cancellations:
Morning Activity: determined by 7:30a.m.
Afternoon/Evening Activity: determined by 4p.m.
Special Events: determined three (3) hours prior to start

All registered participants will receive an e-mail from Brownsburg Parks within 15 minutes of decision to
cancel activity.  Cancellation information also will be posted on Brownsburg Parks Facebook and Twitter
pages.

SEVERE WEATHER POLICY
Programs, special events and other activities may be cancelled and facilities closed under the conditions
outlined below:

Extreme Cold Weather Conditions. Cold weather reported or forecasted to be 25 degrees or below OR any
combination of wind and temperature that is 25 degrees or will warrant outdoor program cancellation.

  1. Icy Weather Conditions will lead to cancellations: When the National Weather Service has issued a travel warning; When road visibility is severely limited; and When partner facilities are not available due to closure. (Example – school closure ).
  2. Snow Fall Conditions/Blizzard will lead to cancellations: When the National Weather Service has issued a travel warning; When road visibility is severely limited; and When partner facilities are not available due to closure. (Example –school closure ).
  3. Extreme Heat Weather Conditions. When heat and humidity are such that participants engaged in vigorous
    activities for prolonged periods could become over-heated and continued activity becomes dangerous
    programs may be cancelled. Follow the guidelines below for specific weather conditions.

Heat Index. When the heat index (combination of temperature and relative humidity) reaches 105
or greater.

 

Photography

Brownsburg Parks routinely takes photos and videos of participants for promotional purposes. Be aware that by participating, you are granting the department the right to use and publish your image or your minor child’s image

Questions or Concerns

Contact Community Recreation Manager Phil Cornelius at pcornelius@brownsburgparks.com

Sponsorships

Looking to boost your business? Check out our sponsorship opportunities for this event!

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