Fireworks return to Pataskala July 3 after missed year for COVID-19

Fireworks return to Pataskala July 3 after missed year for COVID-19


After COVID-driven disruption last year, the Pataskala Lions Club and others are preparing to light up the skies on July 3 with an annual fireworks display to celebrate Independence Day.

Organizers are also expecting much larger crowds after last year’s disruption and the fact Red, White & Boom has again gone dark this year.

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Weather permitting (a rain day of July 4 has also been set), the light show should start at 10 p.m. in Foundation Park, 10255 McIntosh Road.

But activities will really kick off ahead of that in the park, probably about noon to 1 p.m. on July 3, Mayor Mike Compton said in a June 22 interview. Activities will include a car show, band performances and concessions.



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