America will celebrate its 246th birthday this weekend, and several local communities will be hosting patriotic fireworks displays to join in on the festivities.
On Sunday, July 3, the City of Cleveland and the Cleveland Unity Committee will be holding their annual show at Cleveland Indian Stadium, with gates opening at 7:30 pm, and the show itself will begin after dusk.
This show will be bigger than in years past after the Cleveland City Council voted earlier in the year on a larger budget for the show that will last longer than in years past. The display is expected to last 20-minutes, and there will be patriotic music.
Attendees can purchase concessions from the Cleveland Band Booster Club, and there will be some free patriotic goodies for everyone.
If you can’t make it to Cleveland and are hanging around the county’s south end, the City of Liberty is hosting its annual fireworks show. This year’s event kicks off at 9:30 pm at Liberty Municipal Park.
Plenty of space is available at the park, so make sure to come out and secure your spot.
On Monday, July 4, two more displays will be in Hardin and Daisetta.
The Liberty County ESD No. 7 will host their annual show around 8:30 pm in Hardin. The best spot to watch the show is at Hardin Hornet Stadium.
Finally, Hull-Daisetta will be bringing in the holiday at 8 pm, when Liberty County ESD No. 2 hosts their display at Bobcat Stadium. Harvest Church will be there to provide free hot dogs and ice cream for everyone attending.
Make plans now to celebrate America!