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Fireworks shows hosted in the Pine Belt

Fireworks shows hosted in the Pine Belt. Photo Source WDAM Fireworks shows hosted in the Pine Belt. Photo Source WDAM
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

Several Pine Belt hot spots are gearing up for annual fireworks shows.

Little Black Creek in Lumberton will start their display shortly after dark on Saturday. The campground and park is hosting kid friendly activities and events for the entire family. For more information, call 601-794-2957 or click here.

Paul B. Johnson State Park is hosting their annual July 4th Fireworks Show this weekend. The park is 20 minutes south of The University of Southern Mississippi. There is a $4-6 fee per vehicle to enter the grounds. For more information on event activities and pricing, click here.

Sawmill Square Mall in Laurel is getting ready for their July 3rd show. The fireworks start at 9:15 p.m., and are expected to last for about 20 minutes and is free to the public. Attendees are asked to bring a lawn chair. Details on the event can be found here. 

If you know of any other July 4th events going on, add them to our Community Calendar here.

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