Posts Tagged ‘fireworks’

Festival of the Fish 2019

Downtown Vermilion hosts the 53rd annual Festival of the Fish, featuring free daily entertainment, kids’ games, food and marketplace. Events include lighted boat parade, sand castle building contest, crazy craft race, antique wooden boat parade, queen pageant, fishing tournament and firefighter water fight. The Fish Crazy Craft Regatta theme is Hawaiian luau, with more than $1,000…

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Ring in the new year with romance

It’s the most romantic time of the year.  New Year’s Eve, and you need a fun party to celebrate with your love. From walleye to galas, check out five fun New Year’s parties on Lake Erie on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake. Share:

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Put-in-Bay Fireworks

Celebrate Independence Day with fireworks on the water. Whether you are on land or at anchor you will enjoy the spectacular display reflecting over the harbor of Put-in-Bay at dusk. Parking is available in the Peace Garden Lot and the east lawn of the park, adjacent to Park Ave.  Share:

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Rock and Boom at the Great Lakes Science Center

Take the best seat in town for enjoying the cityโ€™s Fourth of July fireworks at the Great Lakes Science Center, on the deck of the historic Steamship William G. Mather. On Wednesday, July 4 from 8-11 p.m. (check-in begins at 8 p.m., fireworks begin at dusk, approximately 9:30 p.m.) climb aboard the Science Centerโ€™s 618-foot…

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Bay Days Festival and Fireworks 2018

Bay Days Festival features live music, kids activities, carnival rides, a children’s bike/trike/wagon parade, magic show, and more.  Wednesday, July 4, 2018   11:30 AM  ~ Children’s Bike, Trike and Wagon Parade – meet at Gazebo 12 Noon – 10:30 PM  ~ Booths and Rides Open 12 Noon – 5 PM ~ $19 One Price Ticket…

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What to do on the 4th of July on Lake Erie

July 4 is Wednesday — which makes it hard to take a long weekend and get out of town for Independence Day. But you can feel like you’re on vacation when you celebrate America’s birthday on Lake Erie. Looking for some nautical spots to watch the fireworks? Or maybe a red, white and blue parade?…

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