Celebrating Independence Day
Summer has begun! Everyone’s favorite season had officially begun on June 21st, meaning Independence Day is right around the corner.
July 4th, also known as Independence Day, marks a historic day in American history. In 1776, the Declaration of Independence was approved by the Continental Congress. Granting America independence from Great Britain.
To celebrate the birth of America’s independence as a country, common festivities include fireworks, parades, and concerts. So many celebrations are held locally throughout the country, so it will be super easy to find somewhere to celebrate. But, there are also so many ways to have 4th of July fun at home!
First, make sure to decorate with plenty of red, white, and blue decorations! Then, you could make your own homemade sparklers! Tye-dye your own patriotic t-shirts! Or host your own barbecue party!
Gather family, friends, and loved ones to have fun and celebrate Independence Day in whichever ways suit you best! Have fun, be safe, and celebrate the day away!BACK