Day 57: 2010 Fireworks All Over Chattanooga

by Jeff

Independence Day Celebrations stretch across a “three day” holiday this year!

Bombs bursting to the sounds of the symphony

Bombs bursting to the sounds of the symphony

Saturday, July 3Soddy-Daisy at Soddy Lake. Festivities most of the day ending with the fireworks display.

Picnics are the order of the day

Picnics are the order of the day

Saturday, July 3Chattanooga Pops on the River” July 3 at Coolidge Park with the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera. Get there early and ride the shuttle from the UNUM parking lot on the south side of the river.

Saturday, July 3Lake Winnepesaukah – 10pm

Sunday, July 4 – Collegedale “Red, White and Blue” with the East Tennessee Symphony Orchestra will be down on the Green at the Veterans Memorial Park. Park your car at the Collegedale Library or City Hall on Swinyar Drive, and walk down the greenway to the Veterans Memorial Park.

Sunday, July 4Chattanooga Lookouts after the game vs the Mudcats, get to a vantage point and consider this icing on the cake after Pops on the River the day before!

Sunday, July 4Jasper at River Park 9 p.m. cdt, check with the local chamber for schedule of events.

Sunday, July 4Lake Winnepesaukah – 10pm

Arrive early and stake out your spot!

Arrive early and stake out your spot!

Monday, July 5 – Signal Mountain Lions Club Barbecue and Fireworks, food service begins at 11 a.m., fireworks go off at 9:30 behind the Signal Mountain Golf and Country Club.

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