Strongsville cancels spring, summer city events, including Fourth of July fireworks

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STRONGSVILLE, Ohio (WJW) — Add Strongsville to the list of Northeast Ohio cities canceling and/or rescheduling its upcoming outdoor events (see the video above), at least through summer.

The city announced a partial list on its Facebook page recently, explaining that more events would probably be canceled soon due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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So far, the list of events includes the following:

  • Memorial Day parade and ceremony
  • Fourth of July fireworks
  • Shred Day (which was set for June 13 and can hopefully be rescheduled)
  • Touch a Truck (June 12)
  • Historical Society yard sale (June 25-26)
  • Safety Town
  • Strongsville Community Band Concerts
  • Farmers’ Market
  • Strongsville Rotary’s Duck Race and Kids Fest
  • All city recreation programs through August 31

The city also said that the Ehrnfelt Recreation and Senior Center is closed and will remain that way for the foreseeable future.

For a list of Northeast Ohio closures announced so far, head here.

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