THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED BECAUSE OF THE CORONAVIRUS. Five days of fun, food and rides over the July 4 weekend, on the beach at Fairport Harbor Lakefront Park. The parade takes place July 1 and fireworks on July 5. Share:

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The Downtown Cleveland Alliance sponsors Light up the Lake, which shoots fireworks off from Dock 20 over Lake Erie. The event starts at 8:30 p.m.  You can watch from downtown, the Flats, Wendy Island, Edgewater Park and North Coast Harbor. You can also watch from the Goodtime III or Nautica Queen.    Share:

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The Lakewood Fourth of July festivities start with a parade and conclude with Lakewood’s annual fireworks extravaganza at approximately 9:45-10:00 p.m at Lakewood Park. Watch the show from the Solstice Steps. Share:

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A community fair, cotton candy, hots dogs, carnival games, local community booths and fireworks to celebrate the 4th! The event is part of Bay Days, which also includes a July 4 5-mile run and carnival. Share:

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Island businesses and residents work together to sponsor one of the best fireworks displays on Lake Erie. The stunning Independence Day fireworks display is ignited form a barge placed in the middle of the Put-in-Bay Harbor and has been named one of the Top Ten Places In Ohio To Watch Fireworks. Parking will be offered…

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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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Take the best seat in town for enjoying the city’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 Center’s 618-foot…

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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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