It's the 4th of July weekend in Texoma and there's lots to do to celebrate America's Brithday!  Here are some of the events from the ChooseWichitaFalls.com city-wide calendar taking place in Wichita Falls July 1-July 4

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Dylan Cavin—West End Studio

The Arts Council is pleased to host the work of Chickasha artist Dylan Cavin.  Dylan is multi-talented artist, able not only to put paint to canvas, but pixel to screen, shape to mold, and even ink to skin. Dylan’s gallery exhibit will feature his vibrant paintings on canvas and paper and his ledger art, a form of Plains Indian art developed over the past century.  Dylan and his talents were also showcased at Choctaw Days at the Smithsonian Nation Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C.

July 4th Celebration-Burkburnett Friendship Park

Come Celebrate Freedom at the United Friendship Ampitheatre.  There will be food vendors and a kiddie area from 6:00 - 10:00 pm.  The Blaine Gillespie Band opens at 6:30 pm and Jake Worthington (Runner Up on The Voice 2014 Season) will perform at 8:00 pm.   The night ends with a fireworks dispaly around 9:30 pm

City-Wide Fourth of July Celebration-Iowa Park

Join the City of Iowa Park for a citywide Fourth of July Celebration at Gordon Lake.  Lakeview Church of God will provide carnival activies for the kids. Food and drink will be available for purchase. Fireworks will start at dusk. Be sure to check out the mud volleyball tournament starting at 2 p.m.

Come celebrate a patriotic evening of food, fun and fireworks at "4th in the Falls", presented by the City of Wichita Falls!  The family friendly festivities kick off at 5:00 pm with live entertainment outside on the main stage plus kids of all ages will enjoy Pepper the Clown & Tutti Fruitti, Bounce Houses, rides on the Maskat Shrine Train, a Petting Zoo plus festival food vendors!  Bring a blanket or lawn chair to enjoy the Fireworks display beginning at approximatley 9:30 pm outside over the Wichita River behind MPEC.

BONUS: Remember When Lake Wichita Looked Like This?