Video: Impressive Fireworks Show Draws Ooo's Ahhh's

The Dixon Rotary Club outdid themselves this year with an impressive fireworks show for all of Dixon to enjoy.

Was the fireworks show in Dixon going to happen this year?

It was a question that many people were asking around town when broke that the 4th of July Festival at the May Fair was cancelled this year.

However, as many patriotic Dixonites can attest to the fireworks show at Hall Park did happen and it did not fail to impress.

The Dixon Rotary Club does the fireworks show each year and this year's nearly 20-minute show drew many cheers, claps and ooo's and ahh's.

Rotarians are currently looking for donations to go towards next year's show. If you would like to keep this tradition going in Dixon, you can send your check to the Dixon Rotary Club, P.O. Box 181, Dixon CA 95620.

For more information contact Sandee George at (707) 494-2844.

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Diane Wilson July 05, 2012 at 10:15 PM
I was there it was a great fireworks display Loved the Happy Face one.
Carlos Villatoro July 05, 2012 at 10:16 PM
I agree, one of the BEST fireworks shows I have ever seen. Good job Dixon Rotary Club!
Sandee George July 05, 2012 at 11:13 PM
I would like to thank everyone who made donations towards the show. Last night we were able to get a good start towards next years goal. We raised $420.00 last night before the show. Next year will be even bigger and better!!!
Bil Paul July 06, 2012 at 01:57 AM
A lot of people, a lot of fun, much better than San Diego's show !!!! Nice video coverage.
Joy Truesdell July 07, 2012 at 01:14 AM
Thank you Rotary Club! We invited 27 people from our church group for a "dessert", enjoyed some fireworks with neighbors in front of our home and then walked to Veteran's park with our chairs (quite a troop) to watch the Rotarian fireworks show. It was great despite the wind, which must have been problematic for those folks in charge. Like Diane (above) we all loved that perfect smiling face and even his odd, wind-shaped brothers. A friend from Vacaville, who was too ill to come, texted me and said she was enjoying the show from her bedroom window. Job well done.
Debra Dingman July 09, 2012 at 02:20 PM
Thanks to Rotary and their gallant effort to raise funds without RDA money from the city and to all who donated. Our family and friends had a great time watching from our traditional spot in the park--but this was truly one of the busiest displays we've seen. AWESOME job! And loved the smiley faces, too.


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