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Fireworks In Malibu July 4th 2020 Canceled: See Area Events

MALIBU, CA — Independence Day events across the country, particularly in Los Angeles County, will not look the same this year, thanks to the coronavirus.

Due to regional health orders and an L.A. County ban on organized fireworks, cities and organizations canceled their traditional Fourth of July extravaganzas, including in Malibu, where no offshore fireworks permits will be issued.

Two barge permits were requested last week and were denied, a city spokesperson said.

But the patriotic spirit persists, nonetheless, throughout the area and Greater L.A., as some communities are hosting live aerial flyovers, virtual fireworks and parades, decorating contests and fun, Independence Day activities to do from home.

And if you’re up for a drive, there are a smattering of fireworks shows set to go off in Riverside, Orange and San Diego counties and in Rancho Cucamonga — although most come with viewing restrictions.

Peruse the list to

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Greater L.A. 4th Of July Celebration & Event Guide 2020

LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CA —Independence Day celebrations will look decidedly different this year, as COVID-19 concerns spurred cancellations of most July 4th parades, carnivals and fireworks extravaganzas throughout Greater Los Angeles and statewide.

More events are canceled then proceeding, to be sure. The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health nixed live fireworks shows throughout the county — leaving the closest confirmed display in Rancho Cucamonga, plus a smattering set to go off in Riverside, Orange and San Diego counties.

But the patriotic spirit will go on in the L.A. area as several communities are getting creative with home-decorating contests, aerial flyovers, online activities or virtual fireworks and concerts.

Scroll through the list, and see what’s going on near you. Stay safe, and have a Happy Fourth of July, from Patch!

Due to the pandemic, counties or cities may adjust or cancel events at the last minute, so

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Fireworks In Monrovia July 4th 2020 Canceled: See Nearby Events

MONROVIA, CA — Independence Day events across the country, particularly in Los Angeles County, will not look the same this year, thanks to the coronavirus.

Due to regional health orders and an L.A. County ban on organized fireworks, cities and organizations canceled their traditional Fourth of July extravaganzas, which included annual events in Monrovia.

But the patriotic spirit persists, nonetheless, throughout the San Gabriel Valley and Greater L.A., as several communities — Monrovia, too — are hosting live aerial flyovers, virtual fireworks and parades, decorating contests and fun, Independence Day activities to do from home.

And if you’re up for a drive, there are a smattering of fireworks shows set to go off in Riverside, Orange and San Diego counties and in nearby Rancho Cucamonga — although most come with viewing restrictions.

Peruse the list to see what’s on tap and what’s canceled for 2020. Stay safe, and have

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July 4th Decorating Contest, Flyover Planned In Pleasant Hill

PLEASANT HILL, CA — For more than four decades, the Pleasant Hill 4th of July Commission has organized the city’s annual Independence Day celebrations, typically featuring parades, park festivals and fireworks.

And while COVID-19 “large-gathering” concerns sidelined such activities this year, the commission, nevertheless, is planning a community-wide celebration that click here starts at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 4th.

On the 2020 agenda, according to organizers:

10 a.m. Cheer: Start the day by going outside and yelling, screaming and banging pots and pans. “Just MAKE SOME NOISE at 10 a.m. to celebrate the 4th of July!”

“Happy Fourth of July, Pleasant Hill” aerial flyover. “Look to the sky starting at 10 a.m. for our 4th of July message to the community with an aerial flyover & banner. (Pending FAA approval).”

Auto Tour Through Pleasant Hill Honoring Essential Workers. “Shhhhh! The route is a secret, but at

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