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Best Place to See Fireworks on the 4th?

Original post made by PA Mom, Crescent Park, on Jul 3, 2007

Around PA it's well known that the best fireworks for the 4th of July happen on the 3rd -- at Stanford. But what about Independence Day? Where do Palo Altans go to see fireworks on the actual day?

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Posted by Norm
a resident of Midtown
on Jul 3, 2007 at 5:30 pm

Ihave often seen people go to the top floor of one of the parking garages. They are somewhat dstant, but viewable, not scarely loud, and close to home. Santa Clara and Redwood are generally visible, and start about 9:30.


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