America's National Day is celebrated on July 4, also known as Independence Day.

The Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4th, 1776, and it declared American independence from England.

The region will celebrate the Fourth of July weekend with fireworks displays, parades, and local festivals.

Ahmeek on Monday at Gabe Chopp Park Kids parade    Kids games,  Live music by the Wingnuts, Bingo,  Raffle Drawing  

Bruce Crossing Lions’ Club chicken dinner, Vendors in the park, Parade, with awards for best floats, kids’ games, music at the pavilion, refreshments, co-ed softball tournament, Fireworks.

Copper Harbor   Parade, followed by activities in Donny Kilpela Memorial Park,  Fireworks over the bay

Dollar Bay Midnight – Street Dance with Rewind , Chicken Barbecue opens,  Parade, followed by family games.

Greenland The parade will begin at noon, and will be followed by kids games, concessions, a raffle, and local musicians performing in the park. Night Screamer will play during the evening, with fireworks at dusk. 

Michigamme A four-day celebration will combine Independence Day activities with the Michigamme’s sesquicentennial celebration.