Many of us associate the Fourth of July with prior fireworks displays, barbecues, and family reunions. While things may appear to be different this year, it's vital to remember that we may still enjoy the best of summer, even if we're physically distancing
Seniors and other people at high risk for Coronavirus should continue to isolate themselves and avoid public settings, according to state and municipal authorities' advice. Consider the following alternatives for this year's Fourth of July celebrations:
Spend the Fourth of July engaging with a member of the US military. Local and national groups provide opportunities for the general public to connect with service members through care packages, cards, and letters. Giving back to those who serve is a wonderful way to mark this year's Independence Day.
BBQ WITH CLOSE FAMILY & FRIENDSFamilies and friends can still get together with senior loved ones if everyone agrees to keep a safe distance and wear a mask. This allows you to have a traditional summer barbecue outside, but with a twist! Bring your own BBQ favorites, sit at least six feet apart, and enjoy the companionship of friends and family.
If you still have things in your cart, now is the moment to check them out and place your order. Enjoy the holiday sale with discounts and promotions, as well as the fact that you've finally cleared all your add-to-cart products free, liberating and worth celebrating.
ENJOY THE HOLIDAY SALE
WATCH VIRTUAL FIREWORKSAlthough some people may go out and observe local activities in order to witness the fireworks display firsthand some may still preferred to stay at home. Now, finding spectacular fireworks on the internet is simple. Seniors can choose a dream vacation place and look back on previous Fourth of July celebrations. Anyone can look for fireworks in New York, Boston, Los Angeles, or their own town on the internet. Families can even use a video chat to enjoy the show together!
VIRTUAL RED, WHITE & BLUEA celebration can sometimes be as simple as laughing with our loved ones. Create a competition to see who can come up with the finest funny hat, costume, or photo booth accessory, and show off your patriotic side! If possible, people can attend in person or join in a virtual Red, White, and Blue party via video chat.
This may appear simple, but the main thing is that you are able to keep your family and friends safe while still being able to enjoy in simple ways.