4TH OF JULY FIREWORKS

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We can’t think of anywhere better to spend the 4th of July than right here at home. After all, our region played quite a Revolutionary role, from Washington’s West Point post to Loyalist skirmishes in Westchester.

So stay home, fire up the grill and look up at the sky. Here’s when—and where—you can catch the rockets’ red glare north of New York City for Independence Day 2015:

WESTCHESTER COUNTY
Katonah | Caramoor | Dusk
Larchmont | Manor Park | Dusk
New Rochelle | Waterfront | 9:00pm
Ossining | Louis Engel Waterfront Park | Dusk (July 2)
Peekskill | Waterfront | 9:00pm
Rye | Playland | 9:15pm (July 3)
Sleepy Hollow | Riverfront | 9:00pm
Valhalla | Kensico Dam | 9:15pm (July 3)
White Plains | High School | Dusk (July 1)
Yonkers | Cross County Shopping Center | Dusk (July 2)
Yonkers | Waterfront | 9:15pm

FAIRFIELD COUNTY
Greenwich | Binney Park/Greenwich Point Park | 9:10/9:35pm (July 3)
Darien | High School | Gates open 6:30pm (July 3)
Rowayton | From a barge off Bayley Beach | 9:15pm
Stamford | Cummings Park/West Beach | 9:00pm (July 2)
New Canaan | Waveny Park | 9:00pm
Ridgefield | High School| Dusk

HUDSON VALLEY
Beacon | Memorial Park | Dusk
Brewster | 113 Independent Way | 9:30pm (July 3)
Carmel | Town of Kent | Dusk (July 3)
East Fishkill | East Fishkill Recreation Park | 9:15pm (July 3)
Germantown | Palatine Park | 9:30pm
Cold Spring | Dockside Park | Dusk
Poughkeepsie | Walkway Over the Hudson | Dusk