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Area Fourth of July Events - Click for more details.


Liberty 4th of July Festival

Liberty - Parade, Fireworks, Music

CANCELED Connersville - Freedom Fest

Connersville Baptist Church - Fireworks

Amvets 4th of July Celebration

Muncie - Fireworks

Cornhole Tournament

New Castle - Summit Lake State Park

Civil War Train

Connersville - Train Ride to Metamora

Metamora Firemans Festival

Metamora - Beer Garden, Music, Fireworks

Freedom Bash 2020

Connersville - Demolition Derby

Grace Community Church

Liberty - Fireworks - Food - Games

July 4 Party in the Park and Car Show

West Alexandria OH - Peace Park - Fireworks

Rushville July 4th Fireworks


4th of July Blast

Richmond American Legion - Music

Muncie 4th of July Firworks


Hueston Wood's Fireworks Extravaganza

Events and Programs will go on as well. 6/5

Celebrate Freedom

New Castle Memorial Park - Fireworks

Hummel Drive-In's Annual Fireworks Spectacular

Fireworks and then Movies - 6/3

Party in Harter Park

Union City- Fireworks, Music, Food Truck


Tips for the Grill

Planning to put burgers on the grill this weekend?

We found some helpful tips that will impress your guests.

Follow these tips for that perfectly char-grilled juicy burger.

  • Use beef that is no leaner than 85%. Meat with a higher fat content will be juicier and more flavorful. But be aware, patties from higher fat meat will shrink more when they cook. 


  • Add just about anything you like to your burger mixture, such as Fresh or dried herbs and spices.


  • Don't combine salt into the mixture, especially if you're not going to grill the patties right away. Salt will extract moisture from the meat, leaving you with dry burgers. Instead, sprinkle each burger with salt right before you put it on the grill.


  • Leave the meat mixture (or patties) in the refrigerator for several hours to allow all the flavors to mingle.


  • To form patties, wet your hands a little to keep the meat from sticking to them.


  • Don't form patties too thick or too thin. A 3/4-inch thick patty is ideal.


  • To keep patties from swelling in the middle, make small indentations in the center.


  • Medium-low to medium heat is best.


  • Keep the lid closed while cooking; it shortens cooking time and keeps burgers moist.


  • It's hard to resist, but try not to flatten your burgers with the spatula. It squeezes out flavorful juices.


  • Cook ground beef to an internal temperature of 160 degrees F.


Bonus Tip: How to keep grilled burgers moist. A hot, hot grill achieves just the right char and paints the perfect grill marks on burgers, but the fierce flames can also dry them out. Graham Elliot, a judge on MasterChef, has a pretty cool solution: hide a small ice cube in center of the patty! That's right, the cube melts as the burger grills, and keeps the meat nice and moist.

Be Safe!

Fireworks Safety Guide


  • Never allow young children to handle fireworks
  • Older children should use them only under close adult supervision
  • Never use fireworks while impaired by drugs or alcohol
  • Anyone using fireworks or standing nearby should wear protective eyewear
  • Never hold lighted fireworks in your hands
  • Never light them indoors
  • Only use them away from people, houses and flammable material
  • Never point or throw fireworks at another person
  • Only light one device at a time and maintain a safe distance after lighting
  • Never ignite devices in a container
  • Do not try to re-light or handle malfunctioning fireworks
  • Soak both spent and unused fireworks in water for a few hours before discarding
  • Keep a bucket of water nearby to fully extinguish fireworks that don't go off or in case of fire
  • Never use illegal fireworks


Sparklers Are Dangerous

Every year, young children can be found along parade routes and at festivals with sparklers in hand, but sparklers are a lot more dangerous than most people think.


Sparklers burn at about 2,000 degrees – hot enough to melt some metals. Sparklers can quickly ignite clothing, and children have received severe burns from dropping sparklers on their feet. According to the National Fire Protection Association, sparklers alone account for more than 25% of emergency room visits for fireworks injuries. For children under 5 years of age, sparklers accounted for nearly half of the total estimated injuries.

Consider using safer alternatives, such as glow sticks, confetti poppers or colored streamers.


source: https://www.nsc.org/home-safety/tools-resources/seasonal-safety/summer/fireworks

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