A pair fireworks shows will mark the July 4 holiday in the upper part of Palo Pinto County.
The first will be Graford's annual Fourth of July in the Park, beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 4.
As in years past, there will be hot dogs, ice cream and cake as well as music from Swing Country, with Brady Bowen.
"There will be fireworks about 9:30," said Robert Ray, the evening's organizer.
The park is located on Main just north of Highway 254.
The Possum Kingdom Chamber of Commerce will host its 26th annual Fourth of July celebration at Hell's Gate Saturday, July 6.
The annual event will again be visible at Camp Grady Spruce with gates opening at 6:30 p.m. and closing at 8:45 p.m., an hour before the fireworks show begins.
"It is the very best place to see the fireworks," Gayla Chambers, executive director of the PK chamber, said.
The admission to the camp is $5 per person, children under 3 are free. There will be concessions and picnics will also be allowed. Alcohol and pets are prohibited.
"There will be activities for the children as well," she said.
"There will be no access to the camp by boat," Chambers said. "All that wish to take part in the activities on land are encouraged to enter through the gates.
"Not only is this a great place to see the fireworks, it's also a great experience," she continued.
Chambers said that the event is paid for by the chamber every year and donations are appreciated.
Pam Wheat said that, while the chamber did raise about $2,800 over the weekend, there is still another $17,000-plus that is needed.
The fireworks show will be put on by Lone Star Fireworks of Possum Hollow.
T-shirts should be available next week and can be purchased at the chamber, Whataburger and the Trading Post.
For more information, call the chamber at 940-779-2424.