Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Things to do this Fourth of July

We celebrate Independence Day on July 4, when we declared independence from England on this day in 1776. Independence day is commonly known as the Fourth of July and is the biggest holiday of the summer. On this day and throughout the weekend, there will be many events going on in the city. Below you will find a few ideas of things to do around town.

P.C: Bkmag.com

Annual Fourth of July Beach Party in Coney Island.

This annual Independence Day celebration has free live music. Spend the day at the beach enjoying the sun and the surf, then stay until after sundown to watch the fireworks!

For more details visit: Coney Island Party


Macys Annual Fourth of July Fireworks Celebration.

These are the best locations to watch this amazing 25-minute show:  
  • Between Broad Street & Old Slip on Water St.
  • Brooklyn Bridge entry from St. James Place (Pearl Street) & Wagner Place
  • Montgomery & South Streets: From the north (viewing along the FDR) between Manhattan Bridge and Montgomery Street
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park
  • The Brooklyn Bridge Promenade


P.C: Brooklynbridgepark.org

Have a picnic or barbecue at one of many NYC parks or beaches.

For a list of parks and beaches, click on the link below and find events that are taking place at area parks and beaches.


Fourth of July parties:

Experience some beautiful front-row views of the Macy’s fireworks show while enjoying great music, food, and drinks.

P.C: Venitianvillage.com


Holidays in The U.S are a great reason to go shopping as there are many sales going on throughout the weekend, the Fourth of July is no different. If barbecues, fireworks or the beach are not your cup of tea, the next best thing to do during this holiday weekend is shopping!

For more choices on places to eat and drink while watching the fireworks, visit:

Remember, the school will be closed starting Friday, July 3, until Monday, July 6.
Have a happy and safe Fourth of July, everyone! :-)

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