Fowlerville 4th of July Fireworks Show cancelled for 2020 due to restrictions
The Fowlervillel 4th of July Fireworks has been cancelled for 2020 due to the COVID-19 restrictions still in place for outdoor activities.
“After numerous ongoing discussions with the Village of Fowlerville attorney, it is with great disappointment that we announce that we must cancel our fireworks show this year,” said Brandon Denby, the committee chair.
“Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, we were forced to postpone our annual fireworks that has been held for over 40 years in the Village on July 4,” he said. “Our committee has repeatedly attempted to move our show to a different date since them, but efforts have come to no avail.”
The committee is still planning at this time to host its 2nd Annual ‘Wreaths Across America’ on Dec. 19 at Greenwood Cemetery in Fowlerville. This event honors our fallen heroes in a beautiful and moving tribute to all of our veterans who have passed before us. Details on this event will be coming at a later time.
Preparations have also begun for the Sunday, July 4 2021 Fireworks, Parade and other activities. Details concerning this event will be released at a later date.
“I would like to thank my fellow committee members, everyone at the Fowlerville Village office as well as the many volunteers for all their hard work,” said Denby. “This has been a tough year, and tough decisions have been made. Thank you to our community for your support this year as always.
For further information please feel free to contact Committee Chairperson, Brandon Denby by email at email@example.com or by phone @ (517) 546-0270.