Ventura's 4th of July Street Fair continues its proud 41-year-old tradition on Monday, July 4, 2016 from 10 am to 5 pm in Ventura’s Downtown Cultural District. "Celebrating Ventura's 150 Years" is this year's theme.
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The Independence Day event regularly draws 30,000 residents and visitors.
This SHOWCASE of handmade arts and crafts by more than 300 artisans stretches along six blocks of Main Street from Fir Street to Mission Park.
Enjoy savory FOODS from many booths sponsored by local organizations and businesses and LIVE ENTERTAINMENT on several stages along Main Street:
KIDS ZONE: At Mission Park kids can enjoy rides and inflatables and visit a Ventura Fire Department fire engine.
PUSHEM PULLEM PARADE: Children and adults and their bicycles and little red wagons are invited to dress up for the Pushem-Pullem Parade sponsored by the Ventura East Rotary Club
. The parade assembles at Cemetery Park (Main & Crimea) at 9:30 am and begins to parade down Main Street at 10 am. Participants receive a free commemorative button while supplies last. Dress up in your favorite patriotic attire.
Admission to the event is free thanks to its presenter, the City of Ventura Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Partnerships and sponsors listed below.