Pickaway News Journal

Wed, Jul 26, 2017

Circleville fireworks set for 10 p.m. Saturday

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CIRCLEVILLE - A fireworks display will light the skies of Circleville for the first time in many years tonight beginning at 10 p.m.

The display will be launched from the Pickaway County Fairgrounds and is organized through the American Legion Post 134, Circleville. More information can be found on the Fireworks at the Fairgrounds event page on Facebook.

Organizers said the display is free to the general public and can be viewed from anywhere within range of the fairgrounds property on Lancaster Pike.

Residents who wish to view the display at the fairgrounds site are asked to abide by "common-sense" guidelines that respect fellow viewers, including no alcohol and no use of personal fireworks.

The display will be launched from the south side of the track, and the perimeter will be clearly marked and roped off for safety.

It is being presented in cooperation with members of Fayette Fire In the Sky from Washington Court House.

The event is made possible through donations from local businesses and organizations, including:

  • Gouge Quality Roofing LLC
  • Berger Health System
  • The Savings Bank
  • Ely, Dubos & Stewart General Dentistry
  • Richard Holmes, Roundtown Taxi
  • Buffalo Wild Wings
  • Knights of Columbus
  • Manchester Hill Winery
  • Mitchell House Bed & Breakfast
  • Pickaway Dems - Citizens In Action
  • R&M Tires
  • Holiday Inn Express
  • Maggie & Me
  • Chipotle
  • Subway
  • Lindsey's Bakery
  • Sally Beauty Supply
  • Maurices
  • Bob Evans
  • Pickaway County Democratic Party
  • JB's Charge-N-Start & Marine Parts LLC
  • Cristy's Pizza
  • Wagner's Flowers
  • Walmart

Please note, this list may not be complete at time of publication.

A number of private donors also contributed to the cost of the display through direct donations or through purchases from an online auction held by organizers in recent weeks.

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