When the 4th of July rolls around this year, what will you be more excited about — the 4th of July fireworks displays or the holiday picnics? If the fireworks displays are what you are looking for, then, look at us as your guide to what’s going on around Palm Beach County
4th of July Fireworks Displays in Palm Beach County
This year’s Village of Wellington July 4th Celebration will include two fireworks displays by Zambelli Fireworks. The displays will run simultaneously at Village Park and the Wellington Green Park, adjacent to The Mall at Wellington Green at 9:15 p.m. There will be special rules and restrictions like visitors must stay in or immediately adjacent to their vehicles; if they are outside, masks must be worn; no tailgating; no pets and more.
West Palm Beach
4th on Flagler, as we know it, has been canceled. Instead, the City of West Palm Beach is planning for a DIY 4th of July. While the City’s Independence Day celebration will include fireworks, they will not be launched from near Flagler Drive but, instead, from two different undisclosed north and south locations to reach as many people as possible. While some will be able to see the fireworks from their home, all residents will be able to view them by tuning into WPBF 25’S Project CommUNITY: Fireworks From Home at 9:00 p.m. on July 4 for a broadcast of the fireworks live.
The city of Delray Beach will not be hosting a fireworks display this year, but will be offering a variety of activities to keep the entire family entertained. These activities include: Decorate Delray – giving you a chance to decorate your home or office to compete for the “Most patriotic house (or business) in Delray Beach”; creating a digital scrapbook; a virtual parade; giving away 600, FREE, activity to-go kits for the kids; a scavenger hunt; virtual trivia; and a sand sculpture contest. For more information, visit the City of Delray Beach.
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