Micah Walker Detroit Free Press Published 11:28 AM EDT Jul 1, 2019 Correction: A previous version of this story featured fireworks displays in Commerce Township and West Bloomfield. The shows are not open to the public. Independence Day is fast approaching, and what is more patriotic than spending time with family and friends, a hot dog in hand, watching bursts of colors paint the night sky? For the fireworks enthusiasts, here are displays around metro Detroit that will take place Wednesday through Saturday: Wednesday, July 3 Lake Erie Metropark Fireworks Where: 32481 West Jefferson Ave , Brownstown Township Time: 10 p.m. Cost: A Metroparks vehicle entry permit is required to enter any Metropark and is $35 annually for regular admission, or $10 daily. The Rick Lieder Trio is also set to perform at this fireworks show, starting at 6 p.m. with fireworks beginning at dusk. Salute to America Where: Greenfield … [Read more...] about Fireworks: Where to watch in metro Detroit this 4th of July
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Micah Walker Detroit Free Press Published 9:41 AM EDT Jun 28, 2019 Independence Day is fast approaching, and what is more patriotic than spending time with family and friends, a hot dog in hand, watching bursts of colors paint the night sky? For the fireworks enthusiasts, here are displays around metro Detroit that will take place from July 1-6: Monday, July 1 Willow Metropark Fireworks Where: 23200 S. Huron Road, New Boston Time: 10 p.m. Cost: A Metroparks vehicle entry permit is required to enter any Metropark and is $35 annually for regular admission, or $10 daily. Part of the Huron-Clinton Metroparks fireworks series, visitors can listen to music from the Rick Lieder Trio at 6 p.m. or take a dip in the pool before settling to watch the fireworks at dusk. Wednesday, July 3 Lake Erie Metropark Fireworks Where: 32481 West Jefferson Avenue , Brownstown Township Time: 10 p.m. Cost: A Metroparks … [Read more...] about Where to watch fireworks in metro Detroit this 4th of July
Micah Walker Detroit Free Press Published 9:50 PM EDT Jun 25, 2019 With the 4th of July fast approaching, fireworks are sure to be the finale for many barbecues and pool parties. However, those looking to host their own pyrotechnics show will only have a week to do so, as part of Michigan's new fireworks laws. In December, new measures were signed into law that reduce the number of days fireworks can be legally used, giving local governments more power to regulate the devices and tighten consumer sales and use. For the 4th of July period, one can shoot off fireworks without the restriction of an ordinance from Saturday to July 5, and not after 11:45 p.m. each night. The other dates throughout the year include: Dec. 31 until 1 a.m. on Jan. 1 The Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding Memorial Day, until 11:45 p.m. each day. The Saturday and Sunday immediately preceding Labor Day, until 11:45 p.m. each day. The law, House Bill 5939, has … [Read more...] about Period for 4th of July fireworks limited due to new state law
Here's a look at some of the Fourth of July fireworks shows and fireworks in 2019 around Colorado Springs and the state of Colorado.JULY 2-3• Denver — Colorado Rockies vs. Houston Astros and Fireworks: 6:10 p.m., Coors Field, Denver, go online for ticket prices.JULY 3• Pueblo — Patriotic Day: With special activities for kids. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Buell Children's Museum, Pueblo.• Denver — Independence Eve Fireworks: 8 p.m., Civic Center, Denver.• Littleton — Red, White & You: Fun-filled patriotic community event and fireworks, Clement Park, Littleton.JULY 3-6• Meeker — Range Call: Parade, fireworks, concerts and more. July 3-6, Meeker. Arts & Entertainment 361 fun summer events throughout Colorado Carlotta Olson JULY 4• Alamosa — 4th of July Celebration: Pancake breakfast, parade and fireworks at dusk, Alamosa.• Arvada — Independence Day Fireworks: 7-9 p.m., … [Read more...] about Where to watch 4th of July fireworks in Colorado in 2019
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