While the Salem-Keizer Volcanoes are on the road on the Fourth of July, they’re setting off fireworks at all three games Friday-Sunday at Volcanoes Stadium.
Game time is 7:05 for all three contests; fireworks come after the game. Friday and Saturday’s games come against the Everett Aquasox, while the Volcanoes face the Vancouver Canadians on Sunday, July 3.
Looking elsewhere in the mid-valley and beyond:
The 88th Annual Molalla Buckaroo Rodeo brings the first of four days of fireworks. The rodeo is at 815 Shirley Street in Molalla.
In Woodburn, gunpowder launches at 9:30 p.m. at Woodburn Company Stores. Event is free, with special sales in various outlet stores kicking off at 8 p.m.
And the 88th Annual Molalla Buckaroo Rodeo brings the second of four days of fireworks.
On the coast, Pacific City gets in on the act.
In St. Paul, there’s a fireworks display on July 3 as part of the St. Paul Rodeo.
And in Independence, day one of two days of fireworks displays start at dusk as part of Independence Days, a four-day festival that includes a Fourth of July Hometown Parade, carnival, vendors, live music, games and art shows.
In Molalla, day three of the Buckaroo Rodeo brings more fireworks.
And The Oregon Garden is shooting off fireworks to celebrate 10 years in Silverton as part of an all-day event.
Oceanside, Waldport and Yachats are hosting displays.
In Salem, fireworks begin at dusk at Salem Riverfront Park, located at 101 Front Street. Festivities kick off at 2 p.m., including food and beverage booths, family-friendly entertainment, live music and antique cars.
In Independence, July 4 brings day two of fireworks as part of Independence Days.
And in Mill City, a dusk fireworks display on July 4 caps off a weekend of events that include a noon parade, family games, food vendors and more centered around Kimmel Park July 2-4.
McMinnville brings its display at dusk Monday, July 4, on the Amity High School football field.
Detroit Lake State Park hosts a fireworks display at dusk.
Stayton’s fireworks begin at dusk as the headliner for a day-long festival that includes a 4 p.m. parade.
Mt. Angel lights up the sky after a parade and a concert by the Marion County Citizens Band.
And in Molalla, the fourth and final day of fireworks brings the 88th Annual Molalla Buckaroo rodeo to a conclusion.
Our neighbors to the north are also hosting displays on July 4:
• Portland Waterfront Blues Festival, 10:05 p.m., Tom McCall Waterfront Park, 1020 SW Naito Parkway, Portland. Donation of $10.
• Fort Vancouver, 10:05 p.m., 1501 E. Evergreen Boulevard, Vancouver, Wash., $7 at the gate, $5 in advance.
• Oaks Park Pepsi Fireworks Spectacular, 9:55 p.m. (dusk), 7805 SE Oaks Park Way, Portland. $5 for $16 and over, $2 for 15 and under, $3 for seniors.
• Corbett Oregon Fun Festival, dusk, in Corbett. It’s $7, kids 3 and under are free.
On the coast, Fourth of July fireworks displays in Port Orford, Gardiner, Florence, Lincoln City, Newport, Depoe Bay, Rockaway Beach, Seaside, Astoria and Coos Bay kick off at dusk.