The Fourth of July Comes Early

By: Kieran Wilson Email
By: Kieran Wilson Email

If you can’t wait until Wednesday to see fireworks, the City of Fruita has a solution.

Fireworks are being set off from Snooks Bottom Park in Fruita at dusk tomorrow, and after a year of no fireworks the city’s show is back by popular demand.

Due to safety issues and the current fire ban, you will not be able to watch the show from Snooks Bottom Park or BLM land.

You can, however, set up in your front yard or watch the show from these various locations around Fruita.

FMHS and 8-9 School: bring your picnic and blanket and spread out at the sports fields.

Triangle Park: Grab a sandwich or burger from Munchies and enjoy the show at Triangle Park.
Reed Park: Enough said
Vista Valley Green area
Shelledy Elementary
Little League Baseball fields
Comstock Park
Co-op Country Fruita: The deli will be open for extended hours and they will be offering free parking and popcorn to those who view the fireworks from there.
La Quinta (behind): Presented by City of Fruita Chamber of Commerce (Paid Parking)
Dinosaur Journey: Staying open late, bring your family to the museum and then watch the fireworks.
Kokopelli Shopping Center


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