Celebrate July Fourth in Bothell

Celebrate July Fourth in Bothell

Looking for a great event on the Fourth of July?  Ladro loves to celebrate July Fourth in Bothell at the Freedom Festival? It’s a fun family-oriented celebration in Bothell. This year’s theme is Red, White & Bothell. We’ll be busy pouring coffee and drinks for customers who are waiting for the parade since we’re on the route.

Wednesday July 4, 2018

Pancake Breakfast runs from 8:30 am to 10:30 am at the Fire Station

Celebrate July 4th in Bothell Children’s Parade begins 11:15 am

  • No registration is required to participate in the Children’s Parade. Just join no later than 11:00 am at Main St. & 104th Ave!

The Children’s Parade is usually a sea of red, white and blue, 1200+ strong.  Kids are encouraged to dress patriotically, and bring their bikes/wagons/scooters all decked out in red, white and blue as well. The kids (and their parents, if they’re walking with them) can just show up at the parade start at Main St./104th Ave NE no later than 11am (parade starts at 11:15).

For all event details, please visit the Bothell link for the Freedom Festival: www.bothellwa.gov/freedomfestival.

Grand Parade begins at 12:00 pm Noon

Bothell Caffe Ladro sits proudly on the parade route every year. We’re open SPECIAL HOURS (6am – 5:30pm, Wednesday). Please expect lines for coffee; our staff makes every effort to move people through as quickly as possible!

Starts at Main St & 104th Ave NE, then heads down the new-and-improved Main Street.

Celebrate July Fourth in Bothell Parade Map

When the event is over, you might enjoy extending your day in Bothell. We like visiting McMeniman’s Anderson School for lunch or a movie. It is located across the street from Bothell Caffe Ladro. Perhaps you want to ride your bicycle along the North Creek Trail.

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