Just in case you don't want to venture out Friday night to fight traffic and mosquitoes and be subjected to the humidity to catch an awesome fireworks show, you can sit back in the comfort of your air conditioned home and watch some great fireworks displays on TV and catch some pretty cool performances from your favorite artists too.
Next Friday, July 4th, we'll be celebrating our nation's birthday with a big birthday party that will most likely involve fireworks! Although they are a source of great joy and full of amazement because of all their beautiful colors, they can though be quite dangerous.
The fireworks at Lindsey Park in Tyler were in jeopardy of not going off this year because the Tyler Jaycees, who traditionally has hosted the show, pulled out and the show was cancelled for a short while. Now that a group of generous people has come up with the funds and the show can go on!
It's not the Fourth of July without the fireworks, something my daughter looks forward to every year. It appears as if we'll all be able to enjoy fireworks safely this year without having to worry about area burn bans, thanks to spring rains!
The Fourth of July is just a little over two weeks away! The day will be filled with burgers, friends, family, snack food, time on the lake and fireworks! Kids of all ages love a great fireworks show and one of the biggest fireworks shows in East Texas will be happening at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Center in Athens!
Got your fireworks yet? There are just two opportunities each year to buy fireworks in Texas – near the 4th of July, and new New Year’s Eve. Business is good right now at local fireworks stands with the holiday fast approaching. Our own Leslie Reynolds offered tips on where to get the fireworks in a recent blog.
Even though there has been some recent moisture, it’s been another dry year and we shouldn't let the recent rain and snow give us a false sense of security, according to Texas A&M Forest Service officials. Fireworks and piles of dry leaves don’t mix.
2012 is days away from coming to an end. Whether it was a year filled with good or bad, or even ugly, it's time to put 2012 in the past. Why not celebrate the end of one year and beginning of another than with a big bang? And I literally mean a big bang. Here are some of the top firework stands in Tyler to get fireworks for your big New Year's shindig.
Fourth of July may fall on a Wednesday this year, but that only allows us for even more time to celebrate the anniversary of our nation's freedom with fireworks, events and family fun this year. There are plenty of things going on in the area this year for July 4th, so get all the events and fireworks information you need, right here.
Fireworks are part of the classic Americana that surrounds the Fourth of July. Memories are made around sparklers and Roman candles. There's firework displays planned all across East Texas that promises to will light up the night this fourth of July!
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