6/29 Friday Wright Patterson Air Force Base (Beavercreek, Ohio area)
6/30 Saturday NCR Country Club, Kettering
7/1 Sunday Cityfolk Festival, RiverScape, Dayton
7/4 Wednesday Delco Park, Kettering
7/4 Wednesday Americana Festival, Centerville
7/7 Saturday Dayton Country Club, Oakwood
The very first celebration of Independence Day was in 1777, six years before Americans knew whether the new nation would survive the war; fireworks were a part of all festivities. This early fascination with their noise and color continues today.
The second largest fireworks display in North America is Cincinnati Bell/WEBN Riverfest fireworks display. This incredible pyrotechnic display takes place over the ohio river between the border of Ohio (Cincinnati) and Kentucky (Covington). It attracts over 500,000 people each year and over 2,500 viewers by boat. It is televised on WLWT and broadcasted over the internet for millions of viewers. This annual event has taken place Labor Day weekend since 1977. Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fireworks#United_States_fireworks_celebrations
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