July 4th is only one week away and of course that means FIREWORKS! There are so many places not only here in Lansing but all over Mid-Michigan to find some fireworks and festivals to celebrate Independence Day.

  • Ingham County

Meridian Township 4th of July Celebration (July 1st 10:15PM)
Central Park North, 5151 Marsh Road, Okemos

Lansing 4th of July Fireworks
Adado Riverfront Park, N Grand Ave, Lansing

Mason Fourth of July Celebration
Ingham County Fairgrounds, 700 E Ash St, Mason

  • Ionia County

Ionia 4th of July Celebration (on July 3rd)
Ionia Free Fair Grounds, 317 S Dexter St, Ionia

Portland 4th of July Fireworks (July 3)
Portland High School, 1100 Ionia Road, Portland

  • Jackson County

Lake Columbia Fireworks (July 1st)
Over Lake Columbia, Brooklyn

Pleasant Lake Fireworks (July 1st)
Over the lake, 4401 Styles Road, Pleasant Lake

Jackson Summer Celebration Fireworks Extravaganza (July 3rd)
Cascade Falls Park, 1401 S. Brown Street, Jackson

Brooklyn 4th of July Fireworks (July 4th)
Columbia Middle School Football Field
321 School St, Brooklyn

Horton / Hanover Area Fireworks (July 4th)
Perrine Park, Hanover

  • Shiawassee County

Corunna July 4th Celebration
Hugh McCurdy Park, 421 Emma Dr, Corunna

  • Eaton County

Delta Township Annual Fireworks Celebration (July 3rd)
Sharp Park, Delta Township

Bellevue Independence Day Celebration
Between Bellevue Middle School and Bellevue Elementary School, Love Rd, Bellevue

Eaton Rapids Parade and Fireworks (July 4th 10:15PM)
Howe Field, 800 State St, Eaton Rapids

  • Livingston County Fireworks Display

Gregory Parade and Fireworks July 4, 2017 - Dusk
Gregory Softball Diamond - 121 Main St. in Gregory, MI

Fowlerville Fireworks - July 4th at Dusk. Fowlerville Fairgrounds North Grand Ave

You can see more about fireworks all over state HERE, as well as what are considered the best. 

Also if your a dog person and if your dog doesn't like fireworks here are a few things to help he/she get over it.

1) SHOW YOUR DOGS THAT YOU ARE CALM - If you show if your dog will see you are calm and will be too

2) BODY LANGUAGE - Talk to your dog calmly and show him/her a nice place they can hide or wait out the fireworks

3) TREATS - You can also reward your dog all day with treats to distract him/her from all of the explosions.

4) THUNDERSHIRT - This thing is like a harness or jacket for your dog. Its basically like a hug is being given to them whenever he/she wears it. It allows the dog to stay calm during all of the explosions.

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