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  1. Jun 24, 2009 · Art and the Vineyard: July 3-5, Alton Baker Park, Eugene. Premiere art and wine festival features 150 artists. (541) 345-1571; artandthevineyard.org. Freedom Festival: July 4, Alton Baker Park, Eugene. Bring lawn chairs and blankets and watch Lane County’s largest fireworks display. (541) 341-6200; www.eugene2030.org.>.

  2. Jul 04, 2019 · The Freedom Festival Fireworks Show and Celebration: Head over to Alton Baker Park from 4 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. as the 36th annual Art and the Vineyard Festival commences in Eugene's largest park ...

  3. May 13, 2015 - Hundreds of Eugene and Springfield residents flocked to Alton Baker Park to watch a fireworks show while Portland residents sought out the Waterfront Blues Festival fireworks display over the Willamette River. A red glow set off by a fireworks show at Alton Baker Park illuminates the sky and local residents. (Nate Barrett/Emerald) Eugene and Springfield residents watch ...

  4. May 25, 2016 · Alton Baker Park, 2 – 4 July The 2016 Art and the Vineyard Festival with July 4th Freedom Festival Fireworks takes place in Alton Baker Park, Eugene and has grown to become the premier fine art, wine, and fireworks festival in the Southern Willamette Valley.

  5. Jul 04, 2009 · Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra / 4th of July Fireworks / Armstrong, Kahane. Alton Baker Park ( Map ) Eugene, Oregon. Saturday, 4 July 2009 - 9:00 PM. Presenter: Oregon Bach Festival. Ensembles: Oregon Bach Festival Orchestra; Stangeland Family Youth Choral Academy. Conductors: Anton Armstrong; Jeffrey Kahane. Program.

  6. Jun 25, 2016 · Freedom Festival Fireworks at Alton Baker Park – Eugene. Light of Liberty Festival – Eugene. Huntington 4th of July Celebration – Huntington. Shake Wallowa Lake Fireworks – Wallowa Lake. Boardman Thunder 4th of July Celebration – Boardman. July 3rd Fireworks – The Oregon Garden (Silverton) The Fourth of July is an awesome time in ...

  7. Sep 18, 2014 · Richard Zucker, maintenance supervisor with the Park Operations section of the city’s Parks and Open Space Division, says that the incident, while not fully thought through, was backed by good intentions. The sand had been used by the Active 20-30 Club as fire suppressant for their fireworks display at Alton Baker Park on the Fourth of July.

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