The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce announced today a change of location for the annual 4th of July fireworks show. This year’s spectacular fireworks show will be launched from the north shore of Lake Euwana, near Veterans Memorial Park and downtown Klamath Falls.
For several years, the fireworks show has been launched from the southeastern shore of Lake Euwana. “We’re excited about this change and think it will be a great experience for the entire community,” said Heather Tramp, the Chamber’s marketing and program coordinator. Heather points out that this central location will make for great viewing at any location, including in Veterans Memorial Park where the annual Independence Day Jamboree is held. “With the show on the far side of the lake, it’s been difficult to see the fireworks from the park due to the trees. This will allow for everyone in the park and in the community to be able to enjoy the show – it’s a win-win for everyone,” she said.
The Independence Day Jamboree, Parade, and Fireworks are organized by the Klamath County Chamber of Commerce and a dedicated group of volunteers. The parade is scheduled for 5 p.m. on July 4th and will travel down Main Street. The Jamboree in Veterans Park will start immediately following the parade and the fireworks show will begin at dusk. For more information on the events, contact the Chamber at (541) 884-5193 or visit the event on the web.
About the Chamber: The Klamath County Chamber of Commerce has served Klamath County since 1905. It is a member-based association made up of businesses and individuals who work together to advance the civic, economic, industrial, professional, and cultural life of Klamath County and the City of Klamath Falls, through advocacy and broad communication connections. Membership is available to businesses, organizations (including non-profits) and individuals.