Independence Day at Valley-Wide Regional Park


Annual fireworks show set at Valley-Wide’s Regional Park in San Jacinto
Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District invites the community to the annual
Independence Day Celebration on Thursday, July 4, at Regional Park, 901 W.
Esplanade Ave., San Jacinto.
This free event, which the district has offered for more than three decades, begins
at 10 a.m. when vendors open, selling food, beverages and other items.
Entertainment starts at 5 p.m. and fireworks will begin at 9 p.m.
“It’s a great way to spend a family day at the park and the excitement of the fireworks makes it a great night,” Valley-Wide General Manager Dean Wetter said. “It’s one of my favorite events of the year and I’m so happy we can share it
with our Valley-Wide community.”
Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District operates 86 parks and community centers in French Valley, Hemet, Menifee, San Jacinto, Sage, and Winchester. For
information, call 951-654-1505 or visit

Craig Shultz, public information officer Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District


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