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Rhinelander will hold Annual Fireworks on July 4thSubmitted: 06/03/2020

RHINELANDER - The City of Rhinelander will hold its annual Independence Day fireworks show from Hodag Park on Saturday, July 4th, 2020. It will take place at approximately 9:30pm.

Rhinelander contiens to reccomend compilance with Onward Oneida County Reopening Guidance, including:
  • Physical distancing of six feet or more between individuals from different households
  • Continue to practice good hygiene with frequent hand washing
  • Staying home if sick and utilizing cloth face coverings
City outdoor playground equipment, Parks and BMX have reopened with best practices as prescribed. Pioneer Park Historical Complex is now open Tuesday-Saturday from 10am-5pm, Sunday 12pm-4pm, and closed on Monday.


Story By: Maya Reese

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