From WKRG.com by Carey Cox, WKRG Staff (Find UPDATES HERE from WKRG)
DAPHNE: Daphne’s annual fireworks display is Saturday, July 4, at 9 p.m. at Al Trione Sports Complex, 8600 Whispering Pines Road. To prevent the spread of COVID-19, there will be no activities, food booths or entertainment as in years past. Guests are encouraged to follow social distancing protocol by maintaining a consistent six-foot distance between persons from different households. The park will open at 8:15 p.m. and the fireworks display begins at 9 p.m. Please call 251-620-1000 with any additional questions.
FOLEY: OWA will be celebrating Independence Day early with a fireworks show at 8:45 p.m. on Friday, July 3, and again on Saturday, July 4. All guests should arrive at OWA via 1 of 4 main entrances. Upon arrival, OWA is prepared to require a health check in order to enter the property —this includes the admission-free streets of Downtown OWA, the Island, etc. Anyone with a temperature 100.0° F or higher will not be allowed inside OWA and asked to return to their vehicle, where they can still enjoy the beautiful colors of the firework show. Social distancing is required throughout OWA’s resort property in any location where people not in the same travel party can congregate closer than 6 feet apart.
SUMMERDALE: The Summerdale 4th of July Fireworks Celebration is Saturday, July 4, at 9 p.m. at
Pioneer Park in downtown Summerdale.
ORANGE BEACH: The Wharf Orange Beach is holding an Independence Day Celebration – A Socially Distant Event Saturday, July 4, beginning at 8:45 p.m. Admission is free. American flags and glow items to wave will be provided when the sun sets, and the palm trees will be lit up in a patriotic theme of red, white and blue! A SPECTRA Laser Light Experience will immediately follow the display. The Wharf is at 23101 Canal Road in Orange Beach.
FAIRHOPE: The City of Fairhope has canceled its annual Fourth of July Fireworks display this year on Saturday, July 4, at Fairhope Municipal Pier and park. The Baldwin Pops Concert has been canceled. For more information, call 251-929-1466.
GULF SHORES: After careful consideration of the potential health risks related to COVID-19, the City of Gulf Shores has canceled the 2020 Fourth of July fireworks. This difficult decision was made in accordance with the current Safer at Home Health Order issued by Governor Kay Ivey and after consulting with both local and state Fire Marshals. The City still plans to celebrate this historic day by flying American flags and lighting up the City in red, white and blue to honor our Nation’s birthday.
MAGNOLIA SPRINGS: The Magnolia Springs Community Association (MSCA) plans to continue with its 4th of July annual Parade. Due to COVID-19, there will be a couple of changes.
Here is what you need to know:
-MSCA will be honoring our Grand Marshall’s Thom and Mary Lou Miller AND our 2020 Scholarship Recipient Presley Middleton.
-MSCA encourages everyone to practice social distancing and wear masks.
-There is no entry fee – just show up at 10 AM with your family-friendly “float” of any size/kind and get in line.
-Any music coming from the floats should be patriotic and family-friendly.
-Line up starts on Woodland Avenue at 10 AM.
-Parade starts at 10:30 and will end at the Community Hall on the corner of Oak and Hwy 49.
-MSCA parade car/floats will not be handing out candy but will instead be waving American Flags.
[posted 6/26/2020 4.32 pm]