The 4th of July is celebrated each year with family and cook outs, but one thing always involved is fireworks.
There are a few different firework shows that will be taking place this year in Brown County, or people can buy their own fireworks from the different vendors in town.
With all of the recent rain, firework vendors have already noticed an increase in sales compared to last year.
"Last summer we were in a burn ban, and we had wildfires going all over the state of Texas, and things just weren't good for the firework business," says Mr. W fireworks vendor Kenneth Whitley.
Another Mr. W fireworks supervisor added, "This year I have all of my stands filled, and some of them had business while they were starting to set up their stands."
There will be a fireworks display in Lake Brownwood at Wild Duck Marina, and Camanche is having its annual fireworks show.
However, if you choose to shoot off your own fireworks, Fire Marshal Buddy Preston urges you to use caution, and to make sure you are outside city limits in a rural area.
You have to get permission from the land owner of the rural area you choose to shoot fireworks off in.
Preston said, "Always stay back, use good judgment, and keep water close by when setting off fireworks."
All fireworks displays must end at midnight.