Big fireworks show planned July 4 in Harrison

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Harrison may be a small, but that doesn’t stop it from putting on a big show.

Once again, the Harrison Chamber of Commerce has organized fireworks for the Fourth of July Tuesday, July 4. And Jordan Hall promises a spectacular show.

“We will be shooting off a full $10,000 in fireworks,” he said. “This year, is also the 100th year since the Harrison fire and so we will be commemorating that during the show.”

Jordan Hall is the lead for organizing the annual fireworks show in Harrison July 4. And while the fireworks he holds are small, the show next week will be a much bigger blast.

Jordan Hall is the lead for organizing the annual fireworks show in Harrison July 4. And while the fireworks he holds are small, the show next week will be a much bigger blast.

Fireworks start at “dark-thirty” and Mr. Hall says if you’ve never seen the fireworks in Harrison this is the year to come and see what the community offers.

“This is going to be one of the coolest shows we’ve done. We are going to have a few surprises at the end to tie in with the commemoration of the fire,” he said. “Be expecting something.”

As always, if you have a favorite spot you like to sit to watch the fireworks to show up early. Mr. Hall said the community usually sees hundreds of people attend.

“Sunshine the Clown will be out collecting donations from the crowd. The money helps pay for the show every  year and we always do pretty good,” he said.

While the fireworks provide entertainment after the sun goes down, there will be lots to do during the day, Mr. Hall said. Local businesses will be open and JamShack will be playing live music in the park from 4 to 8 p.m.

He added the marina area will not be closed during the day for setup as it has been in years past as fireworks will be set off from a barge in the water.

“Our goal is to bring people to Harrison for the day and have them come back,” he added.

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