What’s in the Lakewood Park District’s annual fireworks show?

A big day of fireworks is on the way to Lakewood this year.

The Lakewood Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a grand fireworks show from 6 p.m. to midnight this Saturday, Oct. 20.

The fireworks will be set to the tune of the classic song “Auld Lang Syne,” with the theme song playing over the event.

“Lakewood’s fireworks display is an important part of the community’s celebration of our national holiday, National Holidays,” Lakewood Mayor Tom Koo said in a statement.

“This event is designed to make everyone feel good about the holidays and our city’s traditions.

It will be a fun and unique event that will allow everyone to enjoy a beautiful time with family, friends and neighbors.”

Lakewood Park has been holding its annual fireworks display since 2006.

In 2016, it became the first city in the United States to conduct fireworks, and the event drew a record number of people.

Lakewood has hosted other popular events at the lake over the years, including the 2017 annual parade, which drew over 1,000 people.

The Lakewood Festival is a major annual event in the city of Lakewood.

This year’s fireworks show is expected to draw as many as 100,000 spectators, the Lakewoods Daily Herald reports.

Lakeland Mayor Jim Heaney has been a big fan of the festival since it began.

He said he is hoping the fireworks show will be an example of Lakeland’s ability to attract people.

“This is one of the few places in the world that has an annual fireworks event that has that sort of buzz that you can’t find anywhere else,” Heaney said.

“I think it’s going to be a very positive thing for Lakewood and the whole community.”

The Lakewoods Fireworks show will take place at Lakewood Lake, just outside of Lake City.

The park will also have an annual camping and BBQ festival.

The festival runs from 10 a.m.-3 p.o.m., Oct. 19-20.