JACKSON COUNTY, MI – Fourth of July celebrations are back again for 2021, bringing fireworks, parades, and other events to several Jackson-place communities.
Most celebrations had been canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. But here’s what’s happening this calendar year to rejoice Independence Day.
Fireworks at Cascades
Cascades Falls Park will host its fireworks clearly show Saturday, July 3. Food stuff vehicles and dwell tunes from the Swift Brothers are part of the occasion.
Admission is $7 for grownups, $5 for little ones 4 to 12 many years outdated and absolutely free to children 3 years aged and youthful.
Hanover-Horton Fourth of July Celebrations
Starting off at 8 a.m. on Sunday, July 4, the city will host its Firecracker Run/Stroll, starting off at the Hanover Township Fire Office, 129 W. Allen St.
The annual Hanover Fourth of July parade is also set for noon, starting at Heritage Park and heading down Principal Street. A flyover is also scheduled to just take position more than the parade.
Tiny-city parades don’t typically have flyovers. Hanover-Horton does many thanks to this plane enthusiast
Straight right after the parade, a cornhole tournament is going on at Perrine Park, 142-198 Primary St.
A baseball match will also choose place from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the baseball diamonds in Hanover.
Village of Brooklyn parade
The village of Brooklyn will have its parade at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 4, down Key Road.
Hillsdale parade and celebration
Hillsdale hosts its once-a-year parade Saturday, July 3, commencing at 6 p.m. from North to South streets.
There’s fireworks just after the at the Hillsdale County Fairgrounds, 115 S. Broad St. Participants will not be authorized to enter the fairgrounds, but can look at the fireworks from outside.
Music and fireworks at Somerset Township
Somerset Township hosts Tunes in the Park Friday, July 2, in McCourtie Park, 10426 S. Jackson Road. Kathy Ford Band will participate in from 6 to 9 p.m.
Randy’s Roadside Bar-B-Que, Pita Delight and Greek Mediterranean food items will be readily available at the party.
Fireworks are planned for following the audio.
Grass Lake Fourth of July festivities
Grass Lake is internet hosting a parade that starts at 10 a.m. on Sunday, July 4. The parade will travel from East Avenue to Michigan Avenue, then together Michigan Avenue to Lake Road downtown, then north along Lake Road to the county park.
When the parade ends, about 11:30 a.m., the Grass Lake Sportsman’s Club will give its annual Hen Broil at the County Park.
The Grass Lake Leos Club will also host a cardboard boat race setting up all over 2 p.m. at the county park.
Fireworks will also be launched above the lake at the park at dusk.
Springport Speedway fireworks
Springport Speedway will host Outlaw Tremendous Late Model, Open Wheel Modified, Street Inventory and Front Wheel Drive races beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday, July 3.
Fireworks get started right after the races.
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If we missed an celebration, you should e-mail reporter Chloe Miller at [email protected] and it will be added.
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