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To volunteer for occasional needs throughout the year or to join our planning committee, email us with your interest.
All events take place in Narberth Park, PA and are free to attend.
Most games cost $1 each to play, and food, drink, and toys will be available for sale. (Small bills will be greatly appreciated.)
If you enjoy our events, please consider making a contribution - we are a volunteer-run organization and over half our budget is funded by individual donations.*
For details and times of all events, visit our Events page.
For daytime activities, bring sunscreen, sun hats, $1 bills, and water bottles if you want to fill up at the fountain. (Please leave the dogs at home.)
For evening activities, bring money for food, toys, and our donation buckets 😉, and consider bringing a blanket or low back chairs if you want to sit on the grass.
There will be food, drinks, and toys for sale.
McSheas and Fruits Of Our Labor Smoothies will be there, and we will be selling pizza, water ice, pretzels, cotton candy, and popcorn.
Sweet Thangs Nut & Candy, The Rich Cookie Company, Tacos by Luna's Antojitos, and Mister Softee will be there along Wynnewood Ave from approximately 6-10pm.
Narberth Park is located at 80 Windsor Ave, Narberth PA 19072.
NOTE: The Narberth Bridge on N Narberth Avenue, which spans the rail tracks, is closed to vehicular traffic. Pedestrians and bicycles may continue to use the bridge.
Bicycle racks are located in front of the Narberth Library, adjacent to the park.
The Narberth Train Station is on the SEPTA Paoli/Thorndale Line, and the park is a short walk from the Narberth Train Station. Visit SEPTA.org for the July 4th schedule.
As July 4th is a holiday, there will be no parking enforcement at parking meters and time-limit zones.
The Municipal Parking Lot in the rear of 100 Conway Ave will be closed to the public.
Many roads in Narberth and the surrounding areas of Lower Merion Township will be closed on Monday, July 4th between 6:30pm and 11:30pm. Please plan accordingly. Information is as follows:
• N. Wynnewood Ave between Sabine Ave and the Narberth Tunnel
• E. Wynnewood Rd between Bowman Ave and Williams Rd
• Haverford Ave between Conway Ave and N. Wynnewood Ave
• Windsor Ave between Conway Ave and N. Wynnewood Ave
We're treating the daytime and evening activities as separate events -- a rain call on one does not mean a rain call on the other.
Daytime events - in case of bad weather, a decision will be made at 8am and posted here and on our Facebook and Instagram accounts. No rain date for daytime activities.
A new initiative to bring back Narberth's 4th of July Celebrations, both daytime and evening, began with a call for volunteers by Borough resident Aaron Silvers. Together with neighbors and friends including Paul Gunther, Jenna Millman, Linda Pitt, Eva Rendle, Mary Schwarz, Joe Toto, Beth Warren and Mayor Andrea Deutsch, the group developed this year's event anew, supported with seed money by the Narberth Business Association, a 501(c)6 not-profit organization. We have a separate bank account under the NBA, and fundraising will go towards recouping funds for this event and hopefully to other Narberth events into the future.
If you want to join the planning group for next year, send an email and let us know your interest. All are welcome!
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"Narberth is a Big Little Town"
Lyrics, music, and singing by Karl V. Westman
Written for Narberth’s centennial in 1995
Turn up the volume and sing along!
"Big hearts, big dreams, big smiles, big things are happening, everywhere
Big thoughts, big jokes, big laughs, big hopes are filling the air
Narberth is a big little town"
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