When will you celebrate Independence Day?
Independence Day is on a Monday this year. Several local communities are displaying fireworks Sunday night rather than Monday. When are you celebrating? Sunday, July 3, or Monday, July 4? Or both?
Personally, we are celebrating both days.
We're celebrating 3 times!! Our little town in KS is holding their fireworks on Saturday the 2nd, then with our church family on the 3rd and then on the 4th we will have a cookout with the kids and grandkids and go to Joplin MO and celebrate! It should be amazing!
by alexandriaruthk 7 years ago
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