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big_fish_guy

will have the kids up this weekend and wondering where the best place to go for fireworks/parade? GrandRapids? We are 2 miles east of Remer on hwy200. Where can we go?

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Jason Boser

pokegama has the best fireworks right on the lake go out to bridgeside or some beach and watch
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Wave Runner

Grand Rapids has a good show. I'm in Remer too and the last two years we've gone to the fireworks in Hill City. Right in the city park on the lake.

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big_fish_guy

well, I made the run to Prescott, so I'll be putting on my own show too. smile.gif

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BIG ISLAND DUDE

I was very dissapointed with the fireworks in grand rapids. The begining of the show was ok, but they didnt even have a grand finale. Whats up with that! I thought for sure they would have had a better show for the rich poeple who live on the lake. It deffinetly wasnt worth the trip from Big Island! next year I will be putting on my own show. Was anyone else dissapointed with them? or are my expectations too high.

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merc

I was at Richies for Big Walter Smith and they had a really good fireworks after the band was done. Was darn good for a little place I thought!!! The Groove Merchants sure do put the music out also!!

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big_fish_guy

we ended up going to walker for the show over leech. boy it was a nice one. too bad about the one shell going off on the ground though... ambulance came. hope no one was seriously hurt. it was a big explosion. but the show went on after about a minute pause.
would go again next year and highly recommend it.

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