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4th of July = Fireworks in Clayton County
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4th of July = Fireworks in Clayton County

4th of July Celebration = FIREWORKS in the night sky all over America! Where is your favorite place to woo and hoo as the sky lights up with beautiful sparkling colors of the art above? Here in Clayton County, you can come to see the dazzling bright displays that light the sky up at dusk.

In Garnavillo, the “Gem of the Prairie” celebration starts on July 3rd with a Teddy Bear Parade for the kids. Then on July 4th, come to enjoy three great family-fun activities. Do a little something healthy this 4th of July. Get up and get moving with a 5K run/walk in the morning.

Afterward, enjoy the parade! Stand with American pride with our nation’s flag flowing in the breeze. You're sure to see many farmers ride their red and green tractors, men and women marching with the American Legion proudly showing off the United States flag, and—last but not least—the men and women who serve in our local fire departments, ambulances, and police departments.

When the sun sets, there will be a loud BANG as the first bright and colorful firework lights up the moonlight sky.

A little further north in Monona, this small town community also puts on a wonderful light display of fireworks at dusk. 

Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy breathtaking fireworks to celebrate our nation’s independence.

Image credit: Darla Kelchen CCDG

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