Every 4th of July thousands of visitors from across the country travel to Birch Bay for an amazing weekend of fireworks and fun. While daylight hours are spent enjoying all that Birch Bay has to offer, things get busy as soon as dusk approaches.
While nearby Blaine does put on a professional show each year, most visitors opt to stay in the bay to watch the thousands of non-stop individual fireworks light up the sky. Visitors often comment that it’s one of the most impressive 4th of July celebrations they’ve ever seen.
Birch Bay Chamber of Commerce July 4th Weekend Events:
July 2nd, 2021 we will be playing “A League of Their Own!”
Join us for a night under the stars at the Birch Bay “Dive-in” Movies at the Birch Bay Waterslides! Gates open @ 8:00 PM & the movie starts rolling around 9:30 PM. Tickets are only $20 per vehicle. Popcorn is FREE & each vehicle is entered into nightly drawings for awesome prizes!CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS
Saturday, July 3rd, 2021
Birch Bay Drive Bicycle, Golf Cart Poker Run!
A poker run is a fun event in which participants visit checkpoints, drawing a playing card at each one. The object is to have the best poker hand at the end of the course. The Birch Bay Poker Run is for participants on bicycles and golf carts only and is a FREE non-gambling family friendly event with prizes for the best poker hand!Click here for more information CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Click here for results - day of only!
Whatcom County Consumer Fireworks Usage Information:
In unincorporated areas Fireworks can only be discharged on the following dates and times:
July 3: 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
July 4: 6:00 PM – Midnight
July 5: 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM
Consumer fireworks sold at a Washington State Licensed and Whatcom County Permitted stand are allowed to be used in the County. The Washington State Patrol has a list of legal and illegal fireworks on their website.Click here for More information From Whatcom County regarding Firework usage And the usage of sky lanterns