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In Mooresville and Zionsville, July Fourth fireworks are on

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Posted at 4:05 PM, Jun 11, 2020

INDIANAPOLIS — Two suburban towns, Zionsville and Mooresville, have decided to go on with traditional Fourth of July fireworks shows this year.

In Zionsville, the festivities will begin at about 10 p.m. at Mulberry Fields. Parking and viewing areas will open at 8 p.m. Viewing areas include:

  • Maplelawn Farmstead
  • Zionsville United Methodist Church (parking available)
  • Baseball fields to the southwest of Zionville Middle School (parking available)
  • Zionsville Community High School (parking available)
  • Mulberry Fields (limited viewing area)

Parking is also available at Pleasant View Elementary and Jennings Field. Residents are asked to walk or bike to viewing area, if possible.

Guidelines for attendees:

  • There will be no public restrooms or food service.
  • Smoking and alcohol are prohibited.
  • Guests cannot set off their own fireworks.
  • Guests are asked to maintain social distancing.
  • Guests are asked to leave dogs and pets at home.

In Mooresville, fireworks will be shot off starting at about 10 p.m. from Pioneer Park, but the park will be closed to visitors and there will be no pre-fireworks entertainment or vendors this year.

Fireworks will originate from a higher spot in the park than usual, allowing better viewing around town.

Residents are being asked not to congregate in large groups while watching the show, which should be visible across the Morgan County town.