Fireworks Roundup

. July 1, 2016.
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Celebrate Independence Day with a bang! All fireworks shows start at dusk, but of course, arrive early for the best viewing spots.

Friday, 7.1 Holland: Community Homecoming Park | 7807 Angola Rd. | Holland

Saturday, 7.2 Swanton: Swanton High School Football Field | 601 N. Main St. | Swanton

Waterville: Independence Day Free Family Festival and Fireworks Waterville Primary School | 457 Sycamore Ln. | Waterville

Woodville: Trail Marker Park | 300 Cherry St.

Sunday, 7.3 Sylvania: Centennial Terrace | 5773 Centennial Rd. | Sylvania 7pm/celebration | $5

Maumee: Corner of Conant St. and E. Wayne St. | Downtown Maumee

Perrysburg: Fort Meigs State Memorial | 29100 W. River Rd. | Perrysburg 3pm/celebrations | 10pm/fireworks | Free

Oak Harbor: Downtown Oak Harbor | 5pm/celebration

Monroe: River Raisin Independence Day Festival Over Lake Erie Sterling State Park | 2800 State Park Rd.

Bowling Green: BGSU Intramural Fields 326 N. Mercer Rd. | Bowling Green.

Findlay: Hancock County Fairgrounds | 1017 E. Sandusky St.

Tiffin: Hedges-Boyer Park | 491 Coe St. | Tiffin

Monday, 7.4 Downtown Toledo: Red, White & Kaboom Marina District | Riverside Dr. 2pm/celebration | 10pm/fireworks

Wauseon: Biddle Park | 1000 Biddle Park Dr. | Wauseon

Put-In-Bay: South Bass Island | downtown harbor

Port Clinton: Water Works Park | E. Perry St. (SR 163)

Tuesday, 7.5 Whitehouse: Founder’s Day Celebration: Village Hall 6925 Providence St. | Whitehouse

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