Fireworks to go off at Penn-Trafford game
Friday's Penn-Trafford high school football game will feature fireworks.
Township Manager Bruce Light said the unused pyrotechnics left over from the past two fall festivals will be set off Friday night around 10 p.m., after the homecoming game. The fireworks displays planned for the festivals were cancelled because of rain.
Light said the fireworks will be set off, weather permitting, from municipal park and should be visible at the football stadium. Parking will be permitted in certain areas of the park.
The display is scheduled to follow the band show, which will begin after the football game concludes.
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