LOWELL -- The city has joined Dracut, Boston, and Pelham, N.H., among other communities, in postponing fireworks displays scheduled for the Fourth of July due to bad weather from Tropical Storm Arthur is forecast to affect the area.
Lowell's display was scheduled for Friday at LeLacheur Park, but will be pushed back one day to Saturday according to an announcement posted on the city's website.
The schedule of events remains the same. LeLacheur Park will open at 7 p.m., with free seating, with the fireworks display to start at 9 p.m.
There will be live music from 7:30 to 9 p.m., and activities for children including face-painting, balloon animals and a bouncy house.
There will be food and drinks available at LeLacheur, but no one will be permitted to bring their own food or drinks into the park. Parking at the Ayotte Garage is free.
Earlier Wednesday, Dracut moved their display to Aug. 28, while Boston moved their display up by a day to July 3, and Pelham postponed their display to July 12.
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