JULY 4, 2021 - UPDATE
The Douglas 4th of July Committee is in the planning process to proceed with July 3rd and July 4th Events this year, however we are closely monitoring the CBJ and CDC recommendations regarding COVID-19.
We will NOT be holding the Douglas 4th of July Committee Community Picnic due to COVID-19.
Please stay tuned for further updates, schedules, and announcements.
~Molly McCormick, President
The focus of the Fourth of July in Douglas has always been on the children and the community coming together to celebrate. Competition including ballgames, and fire hose events between Juneau and Douglas have gone back through our history to the days the Treadwell Mine was in operation.
The Committee puts on a couple of great fall activities for when the weather often turns to the wetter and windier variety. With a few back-to-school events as well as some Halloween themed events, we try to keep the children and community of Douglas coming together in the cooler fall days.
Winters in Douglas, Alaska can be long, cold, dark, and lonely. The Committee adheres to our commitment to bringing the children and the community together for the beginning of the winter and Christmas season. We encourage all our friends and neighbors to join in the festivities.