Things To Do On July 4th
The 4th of July is almost here! This Independence Day will be different than any other, so you have to plan accordingly. Many of us will be enjoying this holiday at home and are looking for ways to shake off the cabin fever. Since the beginning of time, games have been used to pass the time, entertain, and form social bonds. With respect to our holiday, let Yescom help you create the perfect memory with these patriotic games and activities.
Brief History of Independence Day
Traditionally, Independence Day or the 4th of July is the time where Americans celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence. This historical document liberated the 13 American colonies from British rule. Annually, the holiday is usually commemorated with fireworks, barbecues, picnics, carnivals, fairs, and other outdoor gatherings and activities.
Due to recent events, celebrating July 4th 2020 will be one to remember. We may not be able to gather like we did in the past, but there are many activities and games that can be played at home.
Have A Deep Fried Barbeque
Nothing is more American than deep fried barbeque! French fries and corn dogs are typical American dishes, but with your very own high quality deep fryer your possibilities are endless. Experiment with your deep fryer! Some unexpected delights include:
- Pizza slices
- Crab meat
- Ice cream
Backyard Camping Trip
The day doesn't have to end just because the sun goes down. Enjoy the outdoors all night long with a backyard camping trip! Roast marshmallows around a fire, tell spooky stories, and discover constellations with the ones you love the most but do it in style. Use an off the ground camping tent with wide mesh windows so you can appreciate nature but protect yourself from mosquitoes and other pests.
Use a projector screen and projector to take patriotic photographs and play Independence Day themed games. Watch historical movies or big time blockbusters the entire family can enjoy! Projectors are also great when used with sporting video games such as baseball, fishing, and bowling.
Honor Your Flag
America, we’ve been through alot and we’ve become stronger because of it. Honor our history by praising our 52 states. Hang your American flag high and remember what we stand for: Strength, unity, and freedom