Two big July 4th fireworks are still scheduled to take place at WNY
As we sit a few days before the start of June, many West New Yorkers still have July 4th on their minds. What shows will take place on this July 4th holiday and what will they look like?
While knowing exactly what kind of guidelines we will see for the fireworks shows that will take place, we know that two major shows are still happening.
According to WKBWTonawanda City Supervisor Joe Emminger said Tonawanda plans to hold his fireworks display on July 2. However, the Memorial Day parade has been canceled.
Also, according to the Observer today, Mayville will go ahead with its annual July 4th fireworks display. The display can usually be seen above Lake Chautauqua, making it a beautiful sight to see in person. If you remember last year, it was one of the few major fireworks that occurred in western New York on July 4th.
However, the July 4th parade in Mayville will not take place.
There is still a feeling that many cities will still be hosting their fireworks this holiday, according to to Matt Shaw, owner of Skylighters Fireworks in Orchard Park.
“Most of the big cities are progressing as are the small towns,” Shaw mentionned. âI would expect every city to host fireworks this season.â
Hopefully more to happen. Amherst has already canceled its annual July 4 fireworks show that takes place on UB’s north campus.
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