FAMILY FUN — The Fourth of July is a time when families come together and celebrate with fireworks and fun. This year, the COVID-19 pandemic has canceled several traditional community activities but many families are going to hold their own fireworks shows at home. The Hensley family, including (from left) Porsha, Elliot, Eric and Elijah, stopped at the Crazy K Fireworks tent, located on Highway 51 between Union City and South Fulton, to pick up some small pyrotechnics from Caleb Poore and his daughter, Micah Poore. Poore said the tent will be open through the Fourth of July. For those who would like to enjoy the traditional community fireworks shows, Tiptonville will light up the sky over Reelfoot Lake Friday at dusk, while Union City’s fireworks show will begin promptly at 9 p.m. Saturday at Graham Park. Kenton’s White Squirrel Festival will host a fireworks extravaganza, which is also set for 9 p.m. Saturday behind the Kenton gymnasium.