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    Hey folks, we are having a REAL community social July 4th Celebration at Skateworld Events Center. Thursday, July 4th from 4-7 pm. ALL welcome. We will be serving traditional July 4th picnic food, burgers/hotdogs, and LOTS of side choices with prices starting at $5 per plate. Desserts & cocktails. Music...and not too loud...we want you to be able to chat!! Kids are welcome and fireworks are welcome. Lets enjoy our friendships with some good food and conversation. See ya there!!
  2. We have a very nice older girl who’s shown up here this evening in Brisas Boqueteñas, most probably scared by fireworks. At this time she’s ensconced himself under the bed with our little dog. Well fed, no collar, one perpendicular K9 tooth. I’m sure her family would prefer that she spend Christmas at home. Message me.
  3. Anyone who has lived here a while know that fireworks are a big part of holiday celebrations. There used to be little or no regulation over purchases, and that has improved, but there are still related injuries being reported every season. Public Safety takes precautions against fireworks Ariana Ramírez Tue, 12/19/2017 - 14:00 Through the Institutional Directorate on Public Security Affairs (Diasp), the Ministry of Public Security published on its institutional portal a series of recommendations to prevent accidents due to improper use of fireworks. Fireworks can cause accidents such as burns, fires and mutilations. Rockets, sparklers and fireworks are potentially dangerous. The statement also informs that the operations of the officials of the (Diasp) will be functioning regularly during the celebration dates. The institution recommends, when using these devices, using them in open spaces; not throwing them against walls, light boxes or gas; avoiding touching the wick even if it seems to be off or that has not exploded; not carrying them in pockets, turning them on flat and / or smooth surfaces, never in the hand. It also recommends having containers with water nearby in case the product has not worked properly. Moreover, the regulations for the use of fireworks forbid children to handle these products, as well as their sale to minors. Similarly, the stores that sell fireworks must have a certification issued by the Diasp. Finally, consumers of these products are encouraged not to experiment with them because they are flammable and, in case of burns, the affected area must be covered with clean compresses and the person must immediately visit a doctor.
  4. Anouk and I are glad The Big Bang time during the recent holidays is finally over. Just noise. To me fireworks mean rockets shot skyward and the explosion of colored star designs high above the roof tops. Pretty to watch.....not just noise that frightens animals and interrupts conversations. Maybe next year we could have a fireworks display in a nearby field and invite everyone in the community. I know Anouk would be happier. Me too.
  5. Keeping Cats and Dogs Secure The next few days around New Year's will bring lots of noise as Panamanians celebrate with fireworks. This is the time when lots of animals run off and go missing because of the loud scary noises coming out of the sky. Below are a couple tips to hopefully keep everyone safe and happy Make sure your dog or cat always has somewhere to hide if he or she wants to and has access to this place at all times; this could be under some furniture or in a closet. Walk dogs during daylight hours and keep cats and dogs indoors when the fireworks are likely to be set off. At nightfall close the windows and curtains and put on music or the TV to mask and muffle the sound of fireworks. Don’t punish or fuss over your pet when it is scared. Make sure your cat or dog is always kept in a safe and secure environment and can’t get out if there’s a sudden noise. Keep yourself calm so no feeling of anxiety will pass on to your pet.
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