Boat week festivities in Port Huron will include fireworks again this summer. According to Port Huron City Manager James Freed, the DTE Energy Foundation will be providing a $5000 grant toward the fireworks. The money was originally planned to be used for last year’s fireworks show, but that ended up being canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The remaining cost of the fireworks, approximately $3600, will come from the fireworks deposit that was returned to the city after last year’s event was canceled. The fireworks are planned to take place on Family night Thursday July 22nd during boat week in Downtown Port Huron.