Lexi Anderson competes in the donut-eating contest during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park Saturday, July 4, 2015. John David Kennedy, left, and Jessica Coffey walk at Point Mallard Park during the Spirit of America Festival on Saturday.
Phyllis White and her granddaughter, Alexis White, ride the "Paratrooper" during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park Saturday, July 4, 2015. Hudson Crow competes in the donut-eating contest during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park Saturday, July 4, 2015. Porfirio Aguinaga puts syrup on his shaved ice during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park Saturday, July 4, 2015. Dylan Carter competes in the donut-eating contest during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park Saturday, July 4, 2015. Children enjoy one of the carnival rides during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park Saturday, July 4, 2015.
Colton Carter competes in the donut-eating contest during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park Saturday, July 4, 2015. Christopher Hutson enjoys one of the carnival rides during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park on Saturday.
Hudson Crow wins the donut-eating contest during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park Saturday, July 4, 2015. Phyllis White and her granddaughter, Alexis White, ride the “Paratrooper” during the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park on Saturday.
Come celebrate the glory of America with us in Decatur, Alabama, on July 3 and 4 at the Spirit of America festival, a free, family friendly fun-packed two-day event. For many years, the Spirit of America Festival has attracted thousands of families to Point Mallard Park in Decatur for some free star-spangled fun, and organizers are pleased to announce this year’s festival has been expanded to four days offering more activities than in previous years. Most activities take place in Point Mallard Park located at 2901 Point Mallard Drive in Decatur. From the fireworks to the festivals to the fishing, we’ve collected the Fourth of July festivities in the Tennessee Valley and put them in one place!
If you just can’t wait until July 4th to start celebrating, then you’re not alone!
Details:  The City of Fort Payne invites you to a wonderful celebration with free hot dogs, soft drinks, American flags, live entertainment, and a fantastic fireworks display.
A private interview with a panel of five judges before onstage competition tests their knowledge of and opinions on various issues. Details: The 30th annual Sand Mountain Potato Festival offers a car and motorcycle show, pony rides, arts and crafts fair, parade, horseshoe tournament, live entertainment, and children’s games and inflatables along with a variety of potato entrees and side dishes.
Details: This free kids fishing rodeo takes place on the west side of Bridge Street’s Lake.
Participants should bring their own fishing equipment and check in at the tent on the west side of the lake. Participants may keep their fish, or they may be placed in a live tank provided by Aqua Services for eventual relocation. This 4th of July, learn why fireworks are different colors and make an explosive fireworks hat. Details: Celebration will kick off with inflatable activities lined up all around Soccer Field #1. Details: Cool off by celebrating the 4th on the river at Goose Pond Colony in Scottsboro, AL. Rocket Park activities (G-Force, Space Shot and Kids Cosmos) will be open at no additional charge. Food and beverages will be available to purchase including: hamburgers hot dogs, chips, cotton candy, shaved ice, watermelon, popcorn, beer, soda and water.


Details: Probably one of, if not the most American ways to spend your 4th of July is take in a baseball game. Details: A highlight of the Spirit of America Festival will be the return of a Boy Scout Celebration Area provided by members of the Arrowhead District of the Boy Scouts. Details: Decorate your bikes, tricycles, wagons, strollers, wheelchairs and power wheels and join in a 4th of July tradition during the Spirit of America Children’s Bike Parade.
Drivers turn onto Central Parkway Southwest after being detoured Wednesday morning from traveling on Second Street by a road construction crew. Laura Flores and her brother, Andrew Ramirez, get icy creations from the Snowballs Raspados, a shaved ice vendor at Wilson Morgan Park to combat the mid-90s heat Friday afternoon. From left, Makenzie Harris, Myriah Burton, and Jada Gray pose for a photo by Jaliyah Gray Saturday at Delano Park in Decatur. Lila Evans,7, watches her father, Skylar Evans, as he appears to be taking a bow after climbing playground equipment at Rhodes Ferry Park on Monday.
Veterans and area officials recite the Pledge of Allegiance at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park.
Fireworks explode as rain comes down at the 49th Spirit of America Festival on Saturday at Point Mallard Park. Ally Bedingfield ends upside down during a game of knockerball at Point Mallard Park on July 2. Two players fall to the ground after colliding during a game of knockerball at Point Mallard Park Thursday, July 2, 2015. Two players collide during a game of knockerball at Point Mallard Park Thursday, July 2, 2015. Players collide and roll during a game of knockerball at Point Mallard Park Thursday, July 2, 2015.
Decatur High student Brooklyn Barber works out in the school's weight room, Wednesday morning. Decatur High student Marenna Cowley works out in the school's weight room, Wednesday morning.
Decatur High student Neelie Miller spots Olivia Wilborn as she works out in the school's weight room, Wednesday morning.
But besides lower humidity and clear skies there are some more changes to the Spirit of America Festival at Point Mallard Park in Decatur this year. Fireworks explode as rain comes down at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park. Concertgoers file past a flag under the pavilion at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park. A concertgoer catches a nap at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park. Concertgoers watch as a band performs at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park. Jimmy Smith, left, accepts the Bill Dukes Award from Dukes' son Ronnie at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park.
The Army Materiel Command Band jams at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park. Fireworks light up the sky over Point Mallard Park at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday. Members of the Army Materiel Command Band perform at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park. The crowd cheers as veterans walk at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park.
Catch the dazzling sparkles that fill the weekend in the smiling faces of children in the bike parade and in the elegant evening gowns of the women gracing the stage at the Miss Point Mallard pageants.


Festival goers will be entertained with an incredible lineup of live music, carnival rides, children’s activities, and more with the fun beginning on July 1st and culminating with a spectacular fireworks show and a free concert on the night of July 4th.
Admission to the festival is free; however, carnival and midway rides and some children’s activities require the purchase of tickets for a nominal fee.
So you can spend your time celebrating, not looking for information.  Know of one we missed?  Let us know about it here so we can add it to our events calendar!  Happy Fourth! Contestants are judged on talent, physical fitness in a swimsuit, evening gown and onstage questions.
Prizes provided by Bridge Street merchants will be awarded for the longest three fish in three different age categories ranging from toddlers to age fifteen. Before rockets glare and fireworks are in the air, declare your right to have some science fun with red, white and blue experiments and hands-on activities. Children and Adults of all ages can enjoy sliding down the Giant Sabretooth Tiger Slide or try to find their way through the 70 ft Obstacle Course. Space & Rocket Center for Huntsville’s largest fireworks display and July 4th celebration! This area will engage festival participants in a variety of hands-on activities and experiences to introduce them to diverse opportunities available through scouting. You can listen to a live simulcast on of the soundtrack on Clear Channel Communications stations, WDRM and 100.3 the River. She has been Facebooking, blogging and enjoying a career in social media for the past 6 years.
Evans, of Hartselle, said climbing the playground’s twisted ladder turned out to be pretty difficult. We don't have it anymore but they have expanded the awards ceremony, they have a video presentation they're going to do with the awards they hand out and they've expanded the fireworks tonight. Arthur Orr, left, accepts the Barrett Shelton Award from Morgan County Commission Chair Ray Long at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park. Feel the pride of our country at the heartwarming flag-raising ceremonies by the Boy Scouts of America and in the recognition of patriotic Americans. In order for you to see this page as it is meant to appear, we ask that you please re-enable your Javascript! Bring the whole family and enjoy delicious food, patriotic entertainment and breathtaking fireworks – the largest show in town!
At OVE, Larkin handles multiple social accounts, teaches regular social media education classes, and consults with local businesses about how to maximize their social media efforts. But mother nature had different plans on Independence Day last year in the Tennessee Valley.
It's going to be 20 minutes long instead of the 10 or 15 it's been in the past," says Brandon.
Don't miss the finale as we celebrate our country's heritage with magnificent fireworks dancing across the night sky.
Get your picture taken with Lady Liberty, build your own rocket and even experience Space Shot! Adkins speaks after accepting the Audie Murphy Award at the 49th Spirit of America Festival Saturday at Point Mallard Park. The celebration culminates with a free concert by CMT star Kassie Miller following the fireworks show.



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