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Fireworks are great to watch. There are many places in the area that will have fireworks displays. There is no need to spend money when you may not have it. Check out your local newspapers for a local community display of fireworks. Many towns will have a carnival or festival along with the fireworks.
Granite City, IL — Carnival there Patriots in the Park from June 29-July 4 9: 15 on the 4th Coolidge Middle School Grounds
St. Charles, MO — Frontier Park July 3-4
Webster Groves, MO — Memorial Park July 3-4
O’Fallon, MO — July 3/4 Ozzie Smith Sports Complex
Chesterfield, MO — July 4 at 9:30
Godfrey, IL — Glazebrook Park July 4 at 9:15
Arnold, MO — Arnold city Park, July 1, 9:15
Ferguson, MO — July 1 9:15 over January Wabash lake
Grafton, IL July 1 at dark
Lemay, MO July 1 at 9 pm Jefferson Barracks Veterans memorial amphitheater
St. Louis, MO — July 2,3 Fair St. Louis 9:30
Alton, IL — July 3 9:30
Brighton, IL –July 1, at dark Schneider Park
Carlyle, IL –July 1 at dusk
Raymond, IL — July 1, 10 pm at Memorial Park
Alhambra, IL –July 4 at dusk Alhambra Township Park
Highland, IL — July 4 at dusk Glik Park
Bridgeton, MO — July 4 at dusk
Columbia, MO — July 4 at dark
Ellisville, Mo — July 4 at 9:30
Florissant, Mo — July 4 James Eagan Civic Center Florissant Valley Park
Hazelwood, Mo July 4 9:15
Kirkwood, MO — July 4 Kirkwood Park start at dusk
Wentzville, MO –July 4 9:05
Go to festivals/fireworks for further details your local community websites
Please remember safety when dealing with fireworks during this time of year. Do not pick up any fireworks off the ground, they could be hot. Children should not deal with fireworks without an adult around.
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