Local governments and private sponsors in the Miami Valley will spend more then $300,000 to launch fireworks early and often in celebration of Independence Day.
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Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. 10 p.m. Air Force Museum. Gates open at 7 p.m.
Huber Heights. Dusk, Thomas Cloud Park, 4707 Brandt Pike.
City of Dayton. 10 p.m. Riverscape.
Vandalia Star-Spangled Celebration.10 p.m. city Sports Complex, 1101 Stonequarry Road
Beavercreek, 10 p.m. Rotary Park,2260 Dayton-Xenia Road.
Centerville/Washington Twp. 10 p.m. Centerville High School Stadium.
Englewood. 10 p.m. Centennial Park, 321 Union Blvd.
Fairborn. 10 p.m. Community Park, 461 Dayton-Yellow Springs Road.
Kettering. 9:45 p.m. Delco Park, 1700 Park Drive.
Moraine. 10 p.m. Wax Park, 3800 Main St.
Piqua. Dusk. Fountain Park, 1300 Fourth St.
Tipp City. 10 p.m. City Park.
Troy. 10 p.m,. Great Miami River Levee, Water Street.
Yellow Springs. Dusk. Gaunt Park, 500 W. South College St.
Kings Island. 10 p.m. Kings Island Drive.
Schedule: For a complete guide to area fireworks, go to mydaytondailynews.com