Trophy Club Independence Day Celebration - Event Schedule

Posted by Brett Oliver on Jun 26, 2013
Tags: Community, Parks, Recreation, Town News | Comments (5)

Join us for the biggest annual event in Trophy Club - the July 4th Independence Celebration! From the 5K, to the Parade and the Festival with Fireworks - Trophy Club truly embraces our Nation's birthday with Pride and Patriotism.


The Parade of Patriots begins at 9:30 a.m. at Byron Nelson High School (BNHS). The parade will exit BNHS to Bobcat and turn right on Trophy Club Drive, right on Durango, right on Parkview and ends at BNHS.  

Free Swim

During the day, visitors can enter the Community Pool at no charge from 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. At noon FREE CORN DOGS will be served (while supplies last).

Trophy Club Parking Map

Comments (5)

  1. Russellann Wilson:
    Jul 04, 2013 at 10:42 AM

    The 2013 4th of July Patriot Parade was amazing. The best ever! What a treat for the whole family. Kudos to whoever took up the task this year! Much needed and much appreciated!!

  2. Jeannette Tiffany:
    Jul 04, 2013 at 01:49 PM

    Russellann...a resident committee lead by Dena Boudreau and a partnership with Parks & Rec of Trophy Club...Sherri Lewis. They set a vision and made it happen and a great happening it was for Trophy Club. Thanks for coming out and celebrating the 4th with the town.

    Jeannette Tiffany

  3. Susan Reeves:
    Jul 04, 2013 at 10:12 PM

    Wow! What a wonderful fireworks show! Thanks, Trophy Club, for the opportunity to enjoy good neighbors and beautiful colors in the sky!

  4. Danelle Murray:
    Jul 05, 2013 at 09:17 AM

    Super job on all the 4th of July festivities!!! It was great to see so many people enjoying themselves!!!

  5. Dena Boudreau:
    Jul 06, 2013 at 03:56 PM

    Words do not express accurately how I feel about our July 4th Parade of Patriots Committee, volunteers and participants. What we managed to accomplish this year, our first year working in partnership with the Town’s Parks and Recreation Department…well, let me just say that at our first meeting, we said “This parade will only be as good as we make it. Let’s dream big!” Well, dreaming is for nice afternoons with lazy breezes and a hammock…this committee dreamed big and then worked HARD. A few of us had never met before, and now I personally count them as friends. To their families, who also contributed by loaning “behind the scenes” support as well as their time and effort, they deserve a huge thank you too.
    Our volunteers – I’ve never seen a more dedicated group of people who will do what is needed when called upon, selflessly contributing time and effort. A few of our volunteers were high school and college age, and I was doubly impressed with their ethic. As adults, we often say we have too much responsibility, too many things to do, not enough time or energy; oh, we have many reasons, and all very true and real. But all of these people, young to older, gave over and above their jobs, their responsibilities, their family lives, and we very much appreciate their contributions.
    Our Trophy Club Parade of Patriots participants – YOU ALL ROCKED! For you to take the time to come up with such imaginative creations, and then display them for the community’s enjoyment, you deserve so much gratitude from Trophy Club. “Best parade ever!” and “I’ve never enjoyed a July 4th parade more!” are the essence of what is being said, and it is due to each of you making the effort that you did. Your contributions showed the epitome of community and patriotic spirit, and you have our appreciation! Of course, you have also increased the level of the bar, and we are anticipating what might happen NEXT YEAR with your imaginative skills!
    A final thanks to the Parks and Recreation staff and Sherri Lewis for their continuous support during this process. They were always willing to let us have our wings, and they were always available to answer our questions and educate us where needed.
    With my sincere gratitude and admiration,
    Dena Boudreau

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