July 4th celebrations: Where to see fireworks in Central Mass.

Telegram & Gazette
Independence Day fireworks will again light up the sky over Worcester, this year on June 30.

Fans of pyrotechnics have much to celebrate, with several fireworks displays in Central Massachusetts in the coming weeks.

Many communities postponed their annual shows the past year or two due to the pandemic.

A look at places where the sky will light up:

June 26

Sutton: 9:15 p.m., near center of town. (Rain date: July 8) MORE

June 30

Auburn: 9:30 p.m., Pappas Recreation Complex, 203 Pakachoag St. (Rain date: July 1) MORE

Worcester: 9 p.m., Bell Hill, part of city's Independence Day celebration. (Rain date: July 1) MORE

July 2

Oakham: 9;30 p.m., Lake Dean.

July 3

Fitchburg: 10 p.m., Rollstone Hill. Best viewed in downtown. MORE

Rutland: 9:20 p.m., Memorial Field. MORE

Webster: 9 p.m., Memorial Beach, Thompson Road. (Rain date: July 4) 

July 4

Harvard: 9:15 p.m., Fruitlands Museum, 102 Prospect Hill Road. MORE

Worcester: About 9 p.m., Polar Park, after WooSox game. MORE

July 9

Clinton: 9 p.m., Clinton Middle and High School athletic fields, "A Tribute to America." Sponsored by Clinton Firefighters Local 3189. (Rain date: July 10) MORE

East Brookfield: 9:15 p.m., Connie Mack Field.

Uxbridge: 9  p.m., McCloskey Middle School MORE

July 15

Worcester: About 9 p.m., Fitton Field, after Worcester Bravehearts game. MORE

July 16

Northbridge: 9 p.m., Lasell Field, Linwood Avenue. (Rain date: July 17)

Millbury's annual fireworks displays will not be held this year.

Check back for updates to this list.