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Austintown Historical Society 38th Annual Ecumenical Service

Date: July 4th, 8:30 am

Where: Austin Log Cabin, 3797 S. Raccoon Road

Austintown's 38th Annual Fourth of July Parade

Date: July 4th, 2 pm

Where: South Raccoon Road and proceed to Kirk Road north to Falcon Drive.

Austintown Township Fireworks

Date: July 3rd, 10 pm

Where: 6000 Kirk Road, Austintown Township Park

Boardman Park Independence Day

Date: July 6th, 8 pm

Where: 375 Boardman-Poland Road

United States Army Field Band will perform at 8 pm.  Bring a lawn chair or blanket and concessions available.

Canfield - 4th of July Community Events

Date:  July 4th

Firecracker 4 Mile Run, Parade, Kids Games, Live Music

Columbiana Fireworks

Date: July 4th, 10 pm

Where: Firestone Park, 347 E. Park Avenue

Conneaut July 4th

Date: July 5th, 10 pm

Where: Lakeview Park

Geneva on the Lake 4th of July

Date: July 4th, dusk

Where: 5504 Lake Road East, Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio

Admission: Free

Greenville Area Chamber Annual Fireworks

Date: July 3rd, dusk

Where: Riverside Park, Greenville, Pa.

Admission: Free

Grove City Annual Fourth of July Celebration


Date: July 4th, 10 pm

Where: Grove City College's Robert Thorn Field

Gustavus July 4th Homecoming

Date: July 4th, 10 am

Where: Corners of State Route 193 and State Route 87

Hermitage Fireworks Extravaganza

Date: July 3rd, dusk

Where: Fireworks set off from area near Hillcrest Memorial Park, Hermitage, Pa.

Admission: Free

Howland Township - Independence Day Celebration

July 4th, 8 am -3 pm

Parade (10am), Music, Games, Food, Children's activities, Car Show and More

McDonald Village Firefighters Festival

Dates: July 2nd through 5th  

Where: Woodland Park off Ohio Avenue. 

The parade is July 2nd at 6 pm; fireworks 11 p.m. on July 5th

Mercer, Pa. - "A Patriotic Extravaganza" July 4th Concert

Date: July 4th, 6 pm

Where: Mercer County Courthouse Square

Mesopotamia Volunteer Fire Department 41st Annual Ox Roast

Date: July 4th, 5th, 6th

Time: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. July 4th and July 5th; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 6th

Where: Intersection of Routes 87 and 534

New Wilmington Independence Day Concert with River City Brass Band

Date: July 3rd, 7:30 pm

Where: Brittan Lake at Westminster College, New Wilmington.

Newton Falls Fourth of July Festival

Dates: July 1st through 5th; parade/fireworks are July 4th

Where: Downtown Newton Falls. Parade starts at First Church of God. Fireworks are at the city park on Quarry Street

Time: Parade begins at 10 am and fireworks are at 10 pm

Niles July 4th

Date: July 4th, 10 pm

Where: Behind Niles Safety Service Complex

Admission: Free

Pymatuning State Park Fireworks


When: July 5th, dusk

Where: 2660 Williamsfield Road, Jamestown, Pa.

Rain date is next Sunday

Salem Fireworks

When: July 3rd, dusk

Where: Waterworth Memorial Park, 866 Sunset Blvd.

Sebring 4th of July

Date: July 4th, dusk

Where: Sebring Park, Johnson Road

Admission: Free

Warren - W.D. Packard Band Outdoor Concert and Fireworks

Date:  July 4th, 8 pm

Packard Music Hall - 1703 Mahoning Avenue NW Warren

Free concert begins at 8 pm and is immediately followed by Fireworks (approximately 9:30 pm)

Youngstown Fireworks

When: July 4th, 9:30 pm

Where: 229 E Front Street

Youngstown Area Community Concert Band Independence Day Concert


Date: July 2nd, 7 pm

Where: Judge Morley Pavilion at Wick Recreation Area in Mill Creek Park

 
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