A viewer’s guide to ways to celebrate Independence Day virtually
By Marcy Axness, TME
Setting off any kinds of fireworks, anywhere in the Mountain Communities or the Los Padres National Forest is absolutely against the law. Fines can run $1,500.
The variety of on-screen fireworks events usually available to help make 4th of July on the mountain fun and festive used to be called “virtual” fireworks events. In the covid-19 era, that name no longer fits so well, since people used to still physically gather together at those events to have picnic dinners and watch fireworks displays projected on…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Wes Rogers’ Virtual Fireworks offered the simple pleasure of getting together (above) to enjoy things going boom under a full moon at the 2017 Frazier Park event. He also made the fun available in Pine Mountain Club.
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This is part of the July 3, 2020 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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