Photos by Monica Little
Steiner Ranch hosted a Fourth of July celebration on July 3 at Towne Square Park.
“The event was one of the most attended July 4th events with an estimated 1,500-2,000 people in attendance,” according to Desirre Ghebremicael, lifestyle and communication manager at the Steiner Ranch Association.
This was the first in-person event since COVID 19 started back in March 2020, Ghebremicael said.
The event was sponsored by the Steiner Ranch Master Association and included a DJ, mechanical swing, rock wall, a Eurobungy, trackless train, a 180-foot mobile zip line that was 28-feet tall, a giant soccer darts game, and a foam cannon.
Kona Ice and Cups & Cones were onsite as well selling shaved ice, tacos, burgers, soft drinks and chips. H-E-B and Randalls collectively donated 1,000 water bottles that Canyon Ridge Middle School National Junior Honor Society students were handing out for free at the event to all attendees.