Red, White and Blue … Fourth of July is Coming To You!
Do you want to know how you can celebrate America with style? The Fourth of July is coming and here are the best tips!
The Fourth of July, a.k.a, USA Independence Day, is the most important event of the year! Independence Day is a federal holiday that commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. The National Day is commonly associated with tons of different activities and Inspirations’ Blog will provide you the best Forth of July Bucket List!
This is one of the most common and best ways to celebrate Independence: with your beloved ones!
Do some crafts reminding the day, and turn your house into a National Day- approved one! Family reunion equals … Barbecue! Since you are with your family, you can organize traditional and fun games and celebrate freedom outside!
2. Participate in a Parade
This is a huge thing on this date! The best part is that you have so many options that there are parades for every taste!
Inspirations’ Blog picked one of the oldest! The Huntington Beach 4th of July parade was first held over 100 years ago and has grown to encompass four full days of food, entertainment, family activities and more staring on the first of Jul.
3. Attend a Fair
Fairs are very common and fun ways to enjoy the best of the Independence Day! Carousels, lots of food, family and friends: the perfect ingredients for a delicious day and evening!
4. Go to a Concert
This sounds great … literally! There are many concerts going on, and the best thing is to see in advanced the shows that are happening, so you can garante your spot and enjoy your jam!
5. See the Firework
The Firework. We think that it is impossible to celebrate an important holiday without having the sky painted in the most beautiful colors and forms!
Head to Grand Park to see Downtown LA light up in a spectacle not to be missed! Don’t forget a change of clothes—the fountain is perfect for splashing around and kids will probably/definitely get drenched. It’s not so much a parade as a stationary block party with loads of music, a new area for kids and then fireworks over the city.
6. Do a Picnic in the Park
This is an old school idea! But it is still one of our favorites!
Grab your friends and family, a towel and some homemade snacks and hit the park!
7. Hear an important Political Speech
Independence Day is a federal holiday, and as so, it is marked by several speeches around the country.
8. Attend a Baseball Game
Baseball games are more than a Fourth if July’s Activity!
Baseball is one of the most important sports in America, and if you are visiting America on this period, it would be interesting to attend one, and feel the true American Pride!
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