When planning your 4th of July celebrations, Wisconsin fireworks companies can help.

This is going to be a strange summer. Most of the events have been canceled or postponed until next year. Many family traditions will have to be adjusted. There will need to be some creativity when it comes to making your own fun.

The 4th of July is a perfect example. It's going to have a completely different look. Since there will be very few fireworks events, you might be thinking it's DIY time. If that's the way you're leaning, I suggest coming up with a gameplan. They're something that you need to use caution while using them.

Some folks in the Stateline area will cross into Wisconsin to purchase fireworks because the laws are different in Illinois. This is the first thing to be aware of if this is the route you're going to take. Don't be afraid to ask for help.

According to jsonline.com,

“We’re going to have a number of people who are novices, and we’ll have to explain to them what’s legal and what’s not. A bunch of people have come in and said, ‘This year I’m looking to go bigger than I’ve ever done before. Can you help me build a show? Because my local show is canceled so I want to put on my own little show for my family or for the neighborhood."

Make sure to familiarize yourself with any safety issues and the laws before you decide to put on your own fireworks display in the backyard.

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