Plans for the celebration have been underway for several months, involving the time of volunteers, educators, community business leaders and political leaders.
The fair will include a variety of hands-on activities, exhibits, displays and community interactions.
Fifth-grade students from Parkside Elementary will hold a wax museum, where they will portray historical figures, such as Clara Barton, Harriet Tubman, Louisa May Alcott and Daniel Boone.
Davis school choirs, performance groups and debate teams will also be showcased. Winners of the community-wide "We the People" art, essay and photography contest will be announced. Davis School District Superintendent W. Bryan Bowles will be reenacting Benjamin Franklin with a dramatic monologue.
The night will end with a fireworks display in the football field.
For more information, you may call 402-5187 or 402-5182.