The Fourth of July Fireworks celebration will be held in the city of Norwalk on Sunday, July 4, at the Huron County Fairgrounds. The show will begin at dusk.
Norwalk has a tradition of great fireworks shows. Funded by generous donations from citizens, the fireworks are a staple of the Independence Day celebration. The grandstands at the fairgrounds will be full of eager faces, anxious for the ground show, as exciting as the explosion of color in the sky. People from all over town will be gathered in their yards, sitting on lawn chairs, blankets, and the tops of their cars, watching another great display put on by Terry Granneman.
The VFW is handling the funds again this year. Heading up the donation drive is Councilman Dwight Tkach, "The July 4 fireworks provide a great opportunity for our community to come together. Even with tough economic times, residents generously contribute to making this event happen."
Anyone wishing to make a donation should contact Tkach at (419) 577-0091.