Fireworks Schedule 2014

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(WWLP) - View when the fireworks are scheduled in your area. If you attend any fireworks, email your photos to ReportIt@wwlp.com.

Note that the fireworks displays are going on as scheduled, unless otherwise noted.

Agawam – July 5-6 Six Flags New England July 4 display has been cancelled.

Amherst – July 5th behind McGuirk Alumni Football Stadium. Was originally scheduled on July 4.

Chicopee – June 28th at 9:30PM at Szot Park.

East Longmeadow – July 3rd at 9PM at the East Longmeadow High School

Easthampton – June 28th at Daily Field, Galbraith Field and Nonotuck Park

Granby – Charter Days 6/13-6/15 Fireworks June 14th at 10PM

Greenfield – July 5th at 9:30PM Beacon Field (rain date 7/6)

Holyoke – June 27th Dusk at HCC (rain date 6/28)

Monson – June 28th at 9:30PM Quarry Hill (rain date 6/29)

North Adams – July 5th After the SteepleCats Game Was originally scheduled for July 4.

Northampton – June 28th Family Fourth Celebration at Look Park (rain date 6/29)

Otis – July 12th Dusk at the beach on Otis Reservoir (rain date 7/19)

Simsbury, Conn. - Hartford Symphony Orchestra – July 3rd after the concert

South Hadley – July 5th at Michael Smith Middle School Was originally scheduled for July 3.

Southwick – July 25th at 9PM at the Southwick Recreation Center

Springfield – July 5th Riverfront Park - Pre-fireworks entertainment has been cancelled Was originally scheduled for July 4.

Sturbridge – July 5th at Old Sturbridge Village Was originally scheduled for July 4.

Ware – June 28th at Grenville Park.

Westfield – July 5th Stanley Park (rain date 7/6)

 

Leave the Fireworks to the Professionals
State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Coan asks the citizens of Massachusetts to set a good example for your children and leave the fireworks to the professionals. Enjoy the many displays of fireworks supervised by local fire departments and conducted by licensed professionals. Children imitate what they see adults do and if you use fireworks, they won’t realize how dangerous they are. Not only do sparklers burn at 1800 degrees Fahrenheit but they also encourage the use of matches and lighters by young children.

 

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