Project of the week/2010/Jun 27

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This week's project: "Fireworks"

It is fireworks season in North America, with both Canada Day and Independence Day coming up this week. But where are the good places to go to see fireworks displays?

This week's project is to map your local fireworks locations. It may be a waterfront park or other public space. Add those places to the map where people collect to celebrate and observe the celebration of holidays.

Things we can Tag

Locations for fireworks and celebrations

Tag the overall location. Is it a park, a beach or a town square? Tag and name it appropriately.

leisure=park

name=Ashbridge's Bay Park

Add the important permanent amenities in the area like toilets, water fountains and snack bars.

amenity=fast_food

amenity=toilets

amenity=drinking_water

And include other features of interest that might make for a nice outing with the family. Playgrounds for the kids? Historic plaques or statues? Is there a great book store nearby? Interesting architecture or a delightful bike ride? Add them all to the map.