With so many fireworks displays being canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, we still have some local fireworks displays for you to check out. The Frankenmuth fireworks display is one of them.

Grab your chairs and coolers and head to Heritage Park and the surrounding areas to check out this year's fireworks display. Frankenmuth officials are encouraging spectators and families to spread out and continue to practice social distancing to enjoy the show. Only a limited number of cars will be allowed to use Heritage Park as a viewing area.

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I have attended this display a couple of times in the previous years and spectators will be able to see it from many locations. Most places along Main Street and other parks and public spaces will be able to see the fireworks. The show will start roughly around 10 pm and last for right around 15 minutes.

If you don't feel like trying to find a place in Frankenmuth, there are still some displays you can attend in Genesee County. The annual Lake Fenton Fireworks will be taking place on Saturday, July 4th. I will be attending those as officials will be honoring Lexi Simon with a moment of silence and the release of 17 lanterns in her honor. Lexi was a 17-year-old student that was killed in a personal watercraft accident on Lake Fenton in May. I had the pleasure of meeting her shortly before her passing and she was a sweetheart. I'm glad Lake Fenton Fireworks will be honoring her.

On Friday, spectators can also go to The Ponemah Lakeside Lodge in Fenton to catch this year's PST neighborhood fireworks. 

Source: Mid-Michigan Now