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Area Firework Displays

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I know this has nothing to do with fishing, but I am new to St. Michael. And I was wondering where local firework displays are in the area. Or can any be seen from St. Michael.

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I think Elk River still does a 4th Display at Lake Orono, Hwy 10 East.

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Go to the Annandale show. They have one of the best fireworks displays I have seen.

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St. Cloud has the second largest in the state.

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the pease fireworks are pretty good.

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UMMMM........ ya wanna party small town style next year, Seward NE. is a bomb, Small town fourth of july city USA. The parade and fireworks are awesome, many many activities. And.... More legal FIREWORKS, the show is spectacular, ive helped set it up before

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Annandale has one of the best fire displays. The people are great, and they dont shy away from having the one of the best displays.

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Go to the Annandale show. They have one of the best fireworks displays I have seen.


Yo JBell. Where you from in Annandale?

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I live behind Knife River ready mix. Why? Whats up?

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