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Thanks to our 2015 sponsors and the generous donations from all of you – last years show was a great success!

This years funding drive is under way and once again we need your help to put on an even better show.

Long time partner Halo Fireworks, LLC (formerly Aurora Fireworks) will be putting on another one of their fantastic displays from the comfort of beautiful Eagle Harbor, Bainbridge Island Washington. Your donations help bring this terrific finish to a day full of celebration.

Robert Nitz standing by to launch the fireworks

Once again, we will be looking to our own community for donations to put the 2015 show into the record books so we need your help!

Bainbridge Fireworks is a non-profit organization that raises money from Bainbridge Island businesses, residents, and individuals interested in keeping fireworks alive on the 4th of July.

We invite you to look around and find out about the history and mission of the Bainbridge Fireworks Organization.

Ways That You Can Help Below is a list of specific ways in which you can support the current and future “Arnold Jackson Memorial Fireworks Displays

On-Line you can donate via PayPal

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or by Mail: Make out a check to “Bainbridge Fireworks” and mail it to:

Bainbridge Fireworks Organization
175 Parfitt Way SW Ste S125
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

or in-person: Donate directly (checks only) to Bainbridge Fireworks Organization at chaseNewlogo 231 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110


For more information contact: 2015 Fireworks Chairman – Scott Isenman at

Thank you for your generosity!

Be sure to book mark this web page to keep abreast of any new information regarding the upcoming show, viewing tips and articles about Fireworks safety.


Scott Isenman | President | Bainbridge Fireworks Organization

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