July 2, 2022

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Where to find parades, events this July Fourth

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After a year of canceled parades and virtual events, many cities in central Ohio plan to bring their Fourth of July celebrations back with a bang.

While the largest fireworks show in the state will be missing — Red, White and Boom in Columbus may be rescheduled for late summer or the fall, officials say — there are plenty of others where locals can show their spirit.

Some events will look different than in years past in order to limit the spread of the coronavirus, however. In Whitehall, for example, the annual pre-fireworks picnic has been cut in half — and won’t feature its usual games and rides.

Bexley is requiring attendees to reserve free tickets ahead of time for its evening celebration at Capital University. The city is aiming for no more than 10,000 people — about how many came to the 2019 celebration.

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