■  July 4, 2023 
   Parade Starts at 10 AM 
   "Kid's Fishing Rodeo" - 6 AM - 7:30 AM at Foster's Mill Ponds 
  "Kid's Bike Rodeo" Decorating Contest - 9 AM at Kingwood Bible Church (Across from Creekwood Middle School)  
   Parade Route (see photo below):  
The parade will start at the corner of W. Lake Houston Parkway and Sandy Forks and will travel south on W. Lake Houston Parkway and turn Right onto Kingwood Drive and finish at the Kingwood High School parking lot.
Click below to watch a video about the Parade

4th of July Parade Route

On July 4th, we need volunteers to assist us with the parade from 7 AM until noon.  Volunteers must be 18 or older, or parents can volunteer with their children.
If you are interested, please contact Charlie Buscemi via text at 713-598-7129 or email him at cjsb@suddenlink.net.  This event is "Rain or Shine".

About the Kingwood Civic Club

The Kingwood Civic Club, a 501c3 charitable organization, is a group of concerned residents that are dedicated to serving the community and making Kingwood a desirable place to work, live, and raise a family.
What Do We Do?
Our major fundraiser is our Kingwood July 4th Parade each year by selling Float Sponsorships/Donations to businesses and organizations.  We then use those funds to support local organizations such as the Lake Houston Y.M.C.A., and more.  Those funds also provide funds for next year's Parade, and also our Annual "Holiday Decorating Contest" held in all our community villages.
Contact us with questions at KingwoodCivicClub@yahoo.com
A message from Charlie Buscemi, President of the Kingwood Civic Club & also the Kingwood Rotary Club:
"With even more community support and attendees than ever before, let's make this year's "July 4th Parade" bigger and better than ever! "

Our 2023 Parade Grand Marshall

We're proud to announce that this year's Grand Marshal of the Parade will be the Blue Star Moms Houston Area Chapter, which was started in 2004 by local Kingwood moms. 
Their members are mothers who now have, or have had, children serving in the military. They are a nonprofit 501(c)3 service organization dedicated to supporting the Armed Forces and their families while promoting patriotism.  Learn more - Visit https://bsmhoustonarea.org/

We're Looking For Sponsors

Between 9,000 and 11,000 cheering people line the parade route from Creekwood Middle School to Kingwood High School so it's a great opportunity to promote your business, organization, or non-profit, up-close & personal!  Click here for "Sponsorship Donation Opportunities" Form (shown on right).
All parade participants and sponsors must register and complete an online application.  Visit the Kingwood Civic Club's website to register and learn more: http://kingwoodcivicclub.org/4th-of-july-parade.html.
The Kingwood Civic Club is a 501c3 charitable organization!
As required by the City of Houston, entrants with floats or other motorized vehicles MUST provide proof of insurance when they submit their application to Kingwood Civic Club.

"Kid's Fishing Rodeo" (July 4th, 6 AM - 7:30 AM)

Held at the Foster's Mill ponds at the corner of Kingwood Drive and Forest Garden, this is a fun event for kids age 15 and younger! 
No registration is required. They're invited to bring their fishing gear to the ponds and compete for trophies in different categories.
Visit the Kingwood Civic Club's website for more information - Click here
For questions, please send an email to:  kingwoodcivicclub@yahoo.com

"Kid's Bike Rodeo" Decorating Contest (July 4th at 9 AM)

The Kid's Bike Rodeo is at 9 AM in the parking lot at the Kingwood Bible Church on the corner of Oakwood Forest and Lake Houston Parkway, located across from Creekwood Middle School.
No registration is required.  Kids are invited to bring their decorated bikes to compete for trophies and then participate in the Parade afterwards.