I have no plans for that specific day. However, I do plan on attending the local fireworks show, in the city I live in, and then plan on attending the fireworks show in the larger city closest to my home.
I live in Chicopee, Mass, which is only a few minutes away from Springfield, Mass, where the larger show will be.
Our 4th is always celebrate the Saturday before the 4th. Our community has street dancing, bands, and activities the whole day. Then the fireworks that night. I am not much for the loud noises the fireworks are so I will probably stay home, swim my pool and my husband goes with the local Boy scout troop for the week of summer camp to be a adult volunteer.
Prolly do some Q. We're not going anywhere because we leave July 9th for vacation - a week on Anna Maria Island! YAY!!!!! Anyway, we can see the fireworks display from our pool and deck, so why get in the crowd? lol
The Fourth of the July is my favorite holiday so I just had to reply to this question with a smile.
Having grown up in NYC I was lucky enough to see the Macy's firework displays from different sides of the City on numerous occasions...it was AMAZING!
Now that I live in a rural New England town my kids and I enjoy the local town firework display from a blanket on a baseball field. We usually Q (thanks habee ) in the day and head to town in the evening. It is still my favorite holiday no matter where I am.
I just wanted to take a moment to say happy day to everyone. I'm posting it here since this is usually where I hang out on the forums. We were planning a BBQ, but with this heat wave, we decided to have salads,...
Just wanted to wish everyone in the USA a happy 4th of July. Be safe and don't get your fingers blown off by firecrackers, lol!I'm not doing anything, just staying home and listening to the fireworks going off around...
I just moved to a Missoula, Montanta and was trying to find out when the fourth of July parade was and they don't have one. I just can't believe it. I've lived in a lot of places and there has always been a 4th of July...