OK, so the magic of fireworks probably can’t ever really be captured, but photographing a professional or homemade show sure is a lot of fun!
It can also be challenging, so here are some things you need to know if you want your pictures to turn out well. Continue reading
As much as you love fireworks on New Year’s Eve, your pets probably don’t like them just as much. Many dogs and cats get scared when it thunders, when vehicles with sirens go through the neighborhood or when any loud noises happen throughout the house.
There’s no escaping the fact that most fireworks are loud. Fun and beautiful to watch, but loud. So this year, keep your furry friends in mind and do what you can to keep them safe and calm. Continue reading
Fireworks are ALWAYS fun for us. But young kids may not necessarily feel the same way. If you dealt with a meltdown this Fourth of July, now is the perfect time to start preparing to make New Year’s Eve fun with fireworks and meltdown free. Continue reading
Hopefully you’ve already picked up some sparklers, poppers and other fireworks to make Halloween a little scarier this year. But you and the kids will need sustenance other than candy!
Whether you’re hosting a huge Halloween bash or just having dinner at home before hitting the streets for some trick-or-treating, these clever, spooky recipes will delight crowds both young and old. Continue reading
Think Halloween, and your mind probably conjures up startling sounds, screams and other noises that scare you in the pitch black night. If you want to bring these elements into your festivities this year, loud, popping, screaming fireworks are a great way to do it. Continue reading
Fire Prevention Week was established to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, a tragic event that killed more than 250 people, left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures and burned more than 2,000 acres. The fire began on October 8, but continued into and did most of its damage on October 9, 1871. Continue reading
When it comes to fireworks, safety is always our top priority. Accidents can happen when it comes to fireworks, but they can also occur in many other situations when fire is involved. Fire Prevention Week is next week, and it’s is all about preventing any type of fire-related accident from happening. Continue reading
While fireworks are obviously our favorite fun activity, tailgating is also pretty high on the list. Here are some things to think about if you’ll be hosting a tailgating party this fall, whether you’re near the stadium or near your favorite recliner at home. Maybe there’s even a place for fireworks to make an appearance! Continue reading
The 4th of July is behind us, most kids are back in school and Labor Day is just around the corner. Find ways to enjoy fireworks to celebrate the last few days of warm summer weather before life is all about football, tailgating, pumpkins and long-sleeves.
Maybe you have a few leftover fireworks from earlier in the summer, or maybe you need to pick some up. We’re open every day but Sundays, and we’ll be happy to set up a specific time to help you pick out everything you need. Continue reading