Fourth Of July Fireworks In Boerne

Fourth of July

You definitely won’t want to miss the fireworks display in Boerne, TX on Wednesday, July 4, 2018. The Boerne Fire Department will be sponsoring the event and you can get a good look at the display from many spots around the city. The best views, however, will be for those who make their way to Boerne City Park. Get ready for what will be the best Fourth of July show so far!

Boerne City Park: Your Best Spot to View the Fireworks

Boerne City Park is a great spot to not only view the fireworks but to also have a picnic and for the kids to enjoy some time at Cibolo Creek.  Other amenities at Boerne City Park include the playground, nine-hole disc golf course, butterfly garden, volleyball court, and picnic unit with grills.

Be sure to bring blankets and lawn chairs to set up and watch the fireworks show from this prime location in the city of Boerne!

Other Events Around the Fourth of July in Boerne

In addition to the fireworks display, Boerne has some other events going on 4th of July week and weekend. The night before the fireworks display on July 3, be sure to head down to the Main Plaza in the city for a special patriotic performance from the Boerne Village Band. The show will last from 7:30 P.M. to 9:30 P.M., so come out early with your blankets and lawn chairs.

Saturday, July 7, you definitely won’t want to miss the Farmers Market at Cibolo.  Held every Saturday from March through December at the historic Herff Farm, this is the spot to find Hill Country grown products and support local vendors.

Friday night the following week, be sure to bring the whole family out for Movies in the Park. “Moana” is currently slated to be shown at City Park starting at 7:30 P.M.

History of Fireworks in Celebrations

The use of fireworks in celebrations dates back centuries and can actually be traced to the Han Dynasty in 200 B.C. China, according to People are said to have “roasted bamboo stalks until they would turn black and sizzle, and the air inside the hollow stalks would explode.”

Historians say that at some point Chinese alchemists improved on these primitive fireworks by filling bamboo shoots with gunpowder made from saltpeter and throwing them into a fire. Another early recipe that the Chinese employed for fireworks was by crushing old iron pots and scraps into sand and adding the sand to gunpowder.

You might also like: Spend A Night Under The Stars At Bergheim Campground

Toyota of Boerne

The Fourth of July holiday always brings with it one of our biggest events of the year at Toyota of Boerne. We mark each every new and used vehicle in our inventory with once a year pricing for this annual sale.

Be sure to stop by our dealership located at 31205 Interstate 10 Frontage Road Boerne, TX 78006 if you’re in the market for a new Toyota or quality pre-owned vehicle.