Fireworks Displays

Celebrate the 4th of July holiday in the Susquehanna River Valley!

 

Fireworks Displays

Celebrate the Fourth of July holiday in the Susquehanna River Valley!

Many of our downtowns offer amazing, colorful, FREE fireworks displays!


 

Pardoe's Perky Peanuts Celebrates the 4th of July
Pardoe's Perky Peanuts, 143 S Center Street, Montandon 17850
Please join the Pardoe family for a fireworks show to celebrate the Fourth of July! There is a large grassy area beside the factory where the community is welcome to come to watch. Please bring your own blankets, chairs and bug spray so you can enjoy the show comfortably.

We will be following Pennsylvania’s guidelines for COVID-19 and will require masks and physical distancing to keep our community safe. We hope to see you there! Rain date: Saturday, July 4

 

Middlecreek Valley Antique Association Annual Fireworks Show July 3, 2020
Our Fireworks Show will be held on Friday night, July 3rd at 9:30 PM (Rain date is Saturday, July 4th). We will have our Trackside Food Stand open this year, with a limited menu, and there will be other refreshments there as well. This event will be held on our show grounds along Old Colony Road in Selinsgrove next to the Snyder County Prison. Free, donations gladly accepted to defray costs and permitting. Free parking on the show grounds in upper parking lot.

 

Shamokin
Red, White and BOOM!

The city of Shamokin is allowing a small celebration for the Fourth of July! We want to take this time to celebrate our local businesses and citizens!

LIVE MUSIC
🎸Music in the Park will have 3 bands playing at Claude Kehler Park.
Keep Out Brass Band 3-5
After Hours Big Band 5-7
Silverheel 7-beginning of fireworks

FOOD
🍔David J Reigel concessions will have his trucks at Claude Kehler Park.
🌭The Springfield Banquet Hall will have food at the park’s concession stands.
🍻 Restaurants will have specials throughout the day. Outdoor and limited indoor seating.
🛣 Arch street from Claude Kehler Park up to Market St. will be blocked off, along with Independence St. from Market St. to Rock St. from 7pm-11:59 pm.

4th of July Cornhole Tournament

On July 4th, a corn hole tournament will be held in conjunction with Red, White & Boom events. There will be 6 businesses who will host double elimination brackets and each will send a team to the championship round.

Cost is $20 a team, which must be paid in cash at check in. Must be 21+ to enter. Registration will end at 3 PM Friday July 3rd, 2020. Brackets will be posted to GoShamokin and emailed to the email provided on the form Friday evening.

The tournament will begin at 3 PM on July 4th, 2020. Check in will be at 2:30 PM at your assigned business. A round will be held each 30 minutes, with all of the winners proceeding to the championship round on Independence St at 7pm.

The top three finalists will receive trophies. This year's champions will play against next year's champions in 2021 to continue to hold the title of "Anthracite Aces“. In addition, we will have contests at each business for best team uniform, best team name, and most creative bags, and the final winners will be announced during the championship round.

Register on the link below! Any questions message GoShamokin email [email protected]

FIREWORKS DISPLAYS
And of course the FIREWORKS!
🎇🎆
Three ground displays of fireworks will happen throughout town!!!
Exact locations to be announced
There will be strict rules to follow to allow distance for these displays to happen.
We will post them o Facebook and there will be signs downtown and at Claude Kehler Park.

Watch Facebook: GoShamokin for updates.



State College Central Pennsylvania 4th Fest

"As we follow health guidelines; we want the community to celebrate our Independence Day in a safe and spectacular way." -- Frank Savino, Executive Director, Central PA 4th Fest

PARADE: The 4th Fest Parade Committee is asking community members to submit short videos of their friends or family "parading" at home. The videos will be compiled in the week following the 4th of July and released on social media. Visit this LINK for more information.

Independence Day FIREWORKS: Central PA 4th Fest is setting off fireworks at 4 different locations throughout State College. Some recommended viewing locations include Nittany Mall, Hills Plaza, the Colonnade shopping center and the Science Park Road corridor/Raytheon. Check back HERE or on the Central PA 4th Fest FACEBOOK page for more details.

We anticipate the multiple displays to last approximately 12 to 15 minutes. This special 4th of July event will take place on Saturday July 4th at 9:30 PM. The rain dates are July 3rd and 5th

 

Williamsport:  Set the Night to Music, Thursday, July 4

Enjoy our Independence Day fireworks. This year’s display will begin at 9:40pm at the Lycoming County Fairgrounds. Music to accompany the fireworks display will be aired on WILQ. Click here for more details: Williamsport Fourth of July

 

Cancelled or Postponed Events:

 

Hidden Valley Camping Resort Fireworks Spectacular
Temporarily Postponed until Labor Day
Carnival, bingo, food stands, golf cart parade, DJ and Fireworks at Dusk.

 

Lewisburg: CANCELLED

All 2020 events are cancelled.
www.UnionCountyVeterans4thofJuly.com


Mifflinburg CANCELLED
Watch for news about fireworks on September 12 at the carnival grounds with MHRA’s Wine Festival, live music all day, and the Buggy Museum’s 5K race, Bingo, food vendors and of course the Fireworks!


Millersburg Fireworks Show CANCELLED


New Berlin CANCELLED
Independence Day Events at The Commons and the Fireworks Display are cancelled.

SunburySunbury Celebration CANCELLED

 

Watsontown CANCELLED*
All 4th of July activities, the parade and FIREWORKS display have been cancelled. 

*There will be a “pop-up” car cruise forming at 9am and departing at 10am. An approximate 1-hour ride through Watsontown, Dewart, Milton, McEwensville and Turbotville.

 

 

Fireworks Safety Tips for Pets

For many families, the Fourth of July is a day filled with BBQ, fun and fireworks. Communities enjoy watching the dazzling displays of lights that sparkle and light up the night sky. The loud noises of fireworks only add to our excitement. For most pets, however, the 4th of July can be terrifying. More pets run away on the Fourth of July than any other day of the year.
Fireworks Safety Tips for Pets
  • Leave your pet at home. 
  • Tire your pet out. 
  • Make a safe, secure space for your pet
  • Create a distraction. 
  • "Soundproof" your space. 
  • Make sure your pet is ID'd. 
  • Talk to your veterinarian.
For more ideas and information check the following links about Pet Safety!

American Veterinary Medical Association

Family Circle: Pets & Fireworks Safety

ASPCA