Bombs will be bursting in air this weekend in Commerce,Nicholson and Homer.
The Commerce Main Street program will celebrate Independence Day from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Friday in Spencer Park.
The event will feature music by the Bourbon Cowboys, snow cones and inflatables, and downtown restaurants will be open.
The event will be capped with a fireworks display launched from behind the J. Nolan Spear Jr. Public Safety Complex on South Elm Street and kicked off by “Pops Barker, the human trumpet.”
It is an alcohol-free, tobacco-free event.
Nicholson’s celebration, hosted by the city government, will be Saturday, starting at 2 p.m. in the city park. Georgia Red Clay will provide music, and booths will offer food and other items for sale.
Nicholson also promises “the best fireworks show around” to bring the event to a close.
Anyone wanting to see fireworks on July 4 can go to Homer. The Homer Fire Department and the city of Homer will present their annual fireworks display on Monday, July 4, at dark.
The event will be held at Banks County High School. In case of rain, the event will be held on July 5.