Spend Independence Day 2014 in Loudoun County

The Climatic team is proud to call Loudoun home. Our family owned business has been operating out of our Middleburg office since 1990. Many of us call Loudoun home – we have team members that live in River Creek, Countryside, even Bluemont. It should come as no surprise that many of us will be spending this 4th of July at one of the wonderful events right here!


Bluemont: Summer Concert Series with the Bumper Jacksons starts on July4th! Their performance will take place on the steps of the 1840 Frederick County Court House at 7:30 PM.
Leesburg: Begin your holiday watching a hometown parade that begins at Ida Lee Park and Recreation Center (60 Ida Lee Dr.) and travels down King Street starting at 10 a.m. In the evening, there will be a celebration at Ida Lee Park with live music and food at 6 p.m. Fireworks are at 9:30 p.m. http://www.idalee.org.
Lovettesville: A real hometown, community celebration that has been a tradition here since 1976 will take place on July 3rd! . Activities include a parade (6:00PM) that begins at the Lovettsville Community Park on Milltown Road and ends at the Lovettsville Elementary School on S. Loudoun Street, a pool party (6:45-8:30PM), and fireworks (around 9:15PM, weather permitting). .
Middleburg: The community center will host music, games, contests and food with fireworks beginning at dusk. Pack your swimsuit and take a dip in the pool, open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. 6-9 p.m. Middleburg Community Center, 300 W. Washington St. 540-687-6375. http://www.loudoun.gov/middleburgcc
Purcellville: Lots of options here! The Pride of Purcellville festival features rides and activities for kids (noon-6 p.m., Loudoun Valley High School, 340 N. Maple Ave., http://www.prideofpurcellville.org, unlimited rides $5). There’s a parade down Main Street (1:30 p.m., http://www.purcellvilleva.gov, free). Rock the Field has food, games and music from FloydFish, Maddy Curtis, the Immortals and Jack and the Burtones (2-7 p.m., Fireman’s Field Gazebo, 300 S. Nursery Ave., http://www.rockthefield.org, free). And then there’s live music, food and fireworks at Franklin Park (6-10 p.m., 17501 Franklin Park Dr., http://www.loudoun.gov/franklinpark, suggested donation $5).
Sterling: Claude Moore Park will host an old-fashioned Independence Day in its historic area. Check out pony and wagon rides, a pie-eating contest, a reptile show and nature exhibits. There will also be live music, food, tours and displays at the Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum. 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Claude Moore Park/Lanesville Heritage Area, 21544 Old Vestal’s Gap Rd. 571-258-3700. http://www.loudoun.gov/claudemoorepark. Suggested donation $5

With so many great options throughout the county we are sure you will find something fun to do! If you see one of our trucks in your travels, be sure to say hello! Our team will be working this holiday weekend to make sure the residents of this amazing county are comfortably cool when they are home! If you aren’t, give us a call… And please, have a safe and enjoyable 4th!

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