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Fireworks around Colorado

Like most states, it would be nearly impossible to name all of the fireworks displays that will erupt on Sunday. I'm sending you to a few sites I found. For years, we never saw the fireworks because we were more worried about getting kids to bed on time. Those of you who fall into that category, I understand. That's why you will find in this list activities that will be happening during the daylight hours too.


Fireworks photo by Liz Noffsinger at Free Digital Photo

Here's the listing from TheDenverChannel.com: Where I Can See Fireworks In Colorado.

KKTV ran a  list of events around the state: 4th of July Events in Colorado and so did MetroMix Denver (this one you can search by what area of the state you'd like to see).

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