The Village of Enon will have a fireworks show, coordinated by the Enon VFW 8437, at dusk on Friday, July 3.
Prior to the show, there will be food trucks, kids games, raffles and prizes at the VFW, located at 5075 Enon-Xenia Road, starting at 4 p.m.
The Village of Enon donated $2,500 towards the purchase of the fireworks, Howard explained. He said that Enon’s council unanimously approved the donation because “it’s a really nice community event.”
“I think if people practice the distancing and use some common sense, it will go just fine,” Howard said.
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The Urbana fireworks show at the Grimes Field Airport, 1636 N. Main St. will begin at 10 p.m. on Saturday, July 4.
The Urbana Rotary Club sponsored the fireworks with the help of community supporters who underwrote the costs.
The gates to get inside the airport grounds will be closed this year.
“If people want to go out to the airport to watch the fireworks they are welcome to, but they will need to basically park their cars off of 68 in a socially distanced, safe manner,” President of the Urbana Rotary Club Paul Waldsmith said.
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Below is a list of fireworks shows and events canceled:
The Old Fashioned Fireworks at the Clark County Fairgrounds that were scheduled for Thursday, July 2 is canceled.
The National Trail Parks and Recreation District usually hosts the event, but due to the coronavirus pandemic and lack of donations they decided to cancel.
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The Village of Enon’s Fourth of July parade and the luncheon that follows, coordinated by the Mad River Twp. Fire and EMS, is canceled.
The Champaign Cruisers’ Firecracker Car, Truck and Bike Show, the Urbana Rotary Club’s chicken barbecue and the Champaign County Arts Council’s concert that were scheduled for Saturday, July 4 are canceled.
The New Carlisle Fourth of July Fireworks Show is postponed. A new date has not been announced.
Other communities like Beavercreek, Fairfield, Huber Heights, Lebanon, Sidney, Springboro, Tipp City and Xenia are still hosting fireworks shows and events on Friday or Saturday.
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