Coming Up – 4th of July Parade in Volcano

Media Release:

The community of Volcano and the Volcano Community Association will again be presenting their annual 4th of July Parade in Volcano, Hawaii at 9 am on Monday July 4. The Independence Day parade has become a tradition in Volcano and is a great time for family and friends to come to a beautiful community and celebrate the independence of our great nation.

4th of July Parade

The Independence Day parade will begin at 9 a.m. at the Volcano Post Office and proceed for one half mile along Old Volcano Road to Cooper Community Center. “The parade has truly become a tradition in Volcano and it just grows and gets bigger every year. A lot of people work really hard in the community to make this event truly special and one that we are very proud of. There is no better place to enjoy fun, food, friends, family and the birth our great nation on July 4th then in Volcano and I guarantee a day of nothing but smiles, great food, and red, white, and blue!” stated Volcano Community Association Board Member David Wallerstein.

4th of July Parade

Mayor Kenoi and his family. The mayor lives in Volcano.

Parking this 4th of July will be allowed at Volcano Art Center and at Cooper Center but please know that the roads are closed at 7:00 am in Volcano Village along the Parade route. There will also be of street parking available that is within walking distance of the parade route. The parade will feature the Hawaii County Band, Volcano Art Center, Volcano School of Arts and Science, Volcano Rotary, floats, antique cars, fire engines, bicycles, horses, animals in costumes, music, dance, art, and anyone else that would like to participate in this awesome celebration! Music, games, food booths, craft fair, and prizes to follow.

The Independence Day parade has become a tradition in Volcano and is a great time for family and friends to come to a beautiful community and celebrate the independence of our great nation.

The Volcano 4th of July Parade will take place in Volcano Village on Monday, July 4 at 9:00 am. For more information please visit www.volcanocommunityassociation.org or www.coppercenter.org or call 967-7800 with any questions about the event.

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