Your 2013 Independence Day Fireworks Guide


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Independence Day 2013 is almost here! As you busy bodies finish up your short work week and coast into the weekend, we've got you covered with our comprehensive Northeast Ohio fireworks guide. Wherever your July 4th plans take you, rest assured you'll be able to find a killer fireworks display nearby.

Akron- Lock 3- 9:45 p.m.

Alliance- Silver Park- dusk

Ashland- Community Stadium- dusk

Aurora- West Pioneer Trail ball fields- 9:45 p.m.

Avon- Lake Erie Crushers Baseball Game- after game

Bay Village- Cahoon Memorial Park-West- dusk

Berea- Coe Lake- 10 p.m.

Canton- Reedurban Presbyterian Church- dusk

Cleveland- Dock 28 (where Lake Erie meets the Cuyahoga River in the Flats)- dusk

Columbiana- Firestone Park- 10 p.m.

Cuyahoga Falls- Blossom Music Center- dusk

Geneva-on-the-Lake- On golf course- 10 p.m.

Lakewood- Lakewood Park- 9:45 p.m.

Lorain- Black River Landing- 10 p.m.

Mentor- Civic Center Park- dusk

Mineral City- Atwood Lake Park- dusk

North Canton- Dogwood Park- dusk

Norwalk- Fairgrounds- dusk

Ontario- Behind the Middle School- 10:05 p.m.

Sandusky- Cedar Point Amusement Park- dusk

Solon- Community Park- dusk

Strongsville- Foltz Parkway- dusk

Wadsworth- Memorial Park- dusk

Warren- Outside Packard Music Hall- dusk

Westlake- Clague Park- dusk

Wickliffe- Coulby Park- dusk

Willoughby- South High School- dusk

Wooster- Kinney and Oldman Rd. Soccer Field- 10 p.m.

Youngstown- Downtown- 9:30 p.m.

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