That was bad news then, but it’s good news now!
If you do this right, you can enjoy Labor Day Weekend fireworks on Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights!
Saturday, August 31st
Helen, GA’s Fireworks Display
Come to Helen! — Have a great time!
The party gets floating at 1 PM with the Floating River Parade! You can’t do that in Kansas.
When the sun goes down, right around 8 PM, it’ll be time for Helen’s biggest fireworks display EVER! Hold on to your lederhosen … the town of Helen is going to rock!
Sunday, September 1st
Lake Lanier Islands
You’re invited to join the Labor Day celebration at Lake Lanier Islands’ LanierWorld for live music, water attractions and rides from Saturday all the way through Labor Day on Monday.
Their famous fireworks show is scheduled for Sunday evening, just after dark.
Labor Day, Monday, September 2nd
Gainesville’s Laurel Park Fireworks
The American Legion’s Post 7 in Gainesville will set off a ton of fireworks on Labor Day, Monday, September 2, 2013, at Laurel Park on Lake Lanier. Sunset is 8 o’clock and the show will begin soon afterward, perfect for a school night.
Parking at Laurel Park — off Route 129, north of Gainesville — costs $5/car, but the fireworks and the fun are free. Food, ice cream and soda pop will be for sale.
Please do not be discouraged, but plan on spending a bit of time exiting the park after the fireworks display.
Secret Message to Parents: Have the kids piddle before you go back to the car.