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BSL 4th Fireworks?


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Sure they have therm on Floe Island.I'm not sure of the date.

I'll get ahold of Wayne.

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I remember when it was Igmunson's....

If you could Keith, I'd appreciate it! Seems we always think it is one night and then find out it was the night before. Nothing on any of the resort or chamber sites. Seems less consistent than the parade line-up at Wild Rice Days!

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I've been busy.

Call Katie at Hillcrest,they should know.

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I checked when I was up last weekened. Theyre on Friday the actual 4th this year, per the posters hanging around.

I sorta thought they might hold the fireworks on Sat night instead, but theyre on Friday. In case anyone is wondering:

Bands at Pier - Thurs High Noon

Fri Straight Rocks

Sat Hairball

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Gee what a great idea....4th of July fireworks on the 4th of July!! shockedshockedshocked

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10:15 shoot

Have your boat out on the water for the best view.

Here's some from last year out there.

Had a great seat at the end of my bosses dock.

Go full screen.

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If anyone out there wants to view the fireworks and does not have a boat the deck of the LODGE has a wonderful view.

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Very nice video Keith! Thank you for sharing. Judging by the angle, somewhere down toward Belhorn Bay? Caught the biggest smallie of my life within a mile of that video :-)

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Here is the whole are report, except for Crosby...

Aitkin - Aitkin City Park, food vendors, ice cream social, games, fireworks.

Big Sandy - 10:15 p.m. fireworks between Webster's Bay and Goff's Bay.

Garrison - Fireworks over Mille Lacs at dusk.

Hill City - 9 am.Fun Run/Walk; 10:30 parade; games and race; 8-midnight street dance; fireworks. July 5 All-school reunion; mud volleyball; July 6 - Old Settler's Picnic, Swatara; Texas Hold 'em tourney; golf tourney.

Section 12 - Lake; North Round Lake; both have parades on the fourth at 1 p.m.

Cedar Lake: Will have a noon potluck and 2 p.m boat parade.

Glen - 10 a.m. lineup at Slettom farm north side of Clear Lake. 10:30 parade, followed by program at Liljenquist's.

Ripple Lake - 11 a.m. boat parade beginning at the northwest bay.

Spirit Lake - 11 a.m. boat parade, weather permitting; Potluck lunch at June's home. Awards.

Esquagamah Lake - Noon boat parade at public access. All boats welcome.

Tamarack - 6 p.m. pie sale, concessions, fireworks.

McGrath - Pancake breakfast, parade, dinners, food stands, street dance, fireworks.

Brat Sale: Aitkin - Paulbeck's Co. Market, July 3, 4, and 5; Eastern Star and Mystic Lodge. Proceeds to charity and scholarships

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Very nice video Keith! Thank you for sharing. Judging by the angle, somewhere down toward Belhorn Bay? Caught the biggest smallie of my life within a mile of that video :-)

nope dead center Goff's bay on my bosses dock.

If you do not get into either Goff's or Maxwell you'll not see those smaller displays as they do not get high enough.

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I got a chance to spend the fourth up in your neck of the woods, and I got tell ya what a great fireworks show. We were on the lake. The weather could not of been any nicer. It was a great weekend.

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There was 10 gazillion boats out there in Maxwell's bay.

It was a nice weekend.

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