St. Louis (KSDK) -- Many local communities are canceling fireworks shows because of dry conditions.

There are some communities who will have fireworks displays.

Canceled Fourth of July fireworks displays:

- The fireworks display scheduled for Saturday, July 6 at Sublette Park in southwest St Louis City has been cancelled due the excessive heat and dry conditions.

- Fireworks displays cancelled at St. Louis Country Club and Old Warson Country Club in Ladue.

- Clarkson Valley display is cancelled.

- Albers, Illinois fireworks has been postponed due to dry conditions.

- The community of St. Albans has canceled its display, previously scheduled for Wednesday night.

- Troy, Missouri canceled their fireworks display scheduled for July 4 at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds. They are rescheduled for September 2, during Labor Day weekend.

- The Mascoutah Chief of Police says his city's Fourth of July celebration and planned fireworks display is cancelled due to continued heat and excessive dry conditions.

- City of Hazelwood canceled its Fourth of July pyro-musical fireworks display at White Birch Park.

- The City of Vandalia is cancelling their fireworks display that was to be held at Vandalia Lake on July 3.

- The City of Weldon Spring is cancelling all Independence Day activities scheduled for the 4th of July including the fireworks display. City officials are also cautioning residents to not burn, shoot off fireworks or have open flame/fire outdoors.

- The City of Ellisville has postponed its annual Independence Day Celebration in Bluebird Park. All activities including the fireworks and concert have been postponed until further notice.

- The City of Kirkwood has canceled this year's Fourth of July Fireworks display in Kirkwood Park. The entire event, including the musical concert and program is canceled.

- Webster Groves has canceled the fireworks displays scheduled for Community Days on July 3 and July 4. All other Community Days activities are still in place.

- Lebanon, IL has canceled the fireworks display scheduled for July 3. It will be rescheduled for a date later in the year.

- The J.B. Blast fireworks scheduled for July 3 has been postponed. A new date has not been set.

- City of Farmington has canceled its fireworks show in St. Francis County.

- City of Arnold has canceled its fireworks show in Jefferson County.

- The Monarch Fire Protection District has suspended all firework display permits and cancelled the show planned for Fourth of July at the Chesterfield Mall.

- American Legion Post 218 in Washington, MO

- The City of Manchester is postponing their 4th of July fireworks display. It has been rescheduled for August 3rd, immediately following their summer concert in Schroeder Park.

- City of Irondale requests residents refrain from using fireworks due to the high fire risk.

- Lost Valley Lake Resort in Owensville, MO (was scheduled for June 30)

- City of Winfield has canceled their fireworks display and issued a ban on consumer-grade fireworks within the city limits.

- City of Pacific has canceled its Fireworks Display and Memorial Event scheduled for Sunday, July 1.

- City of Eurkea has canceled its fireworks display

- Six Flags has canceled its fireworks shows scheduled for July 1 and July 4.

- Columbia, Illinois has canceled its annual 4th of July celebration.

- The fireworks display at the Caseyville Moose Lodge has been canceled. It was scheduled for Saturday night.

- Owensville, MO July 3 fireworks display cancelled, according to the fire chief.

- Cuba, MO has canceled its 4th of July fireworks display.

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