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This year’s Fourth of July weekend in Boston might not include fireworks but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate. Don’t let the lack of sparkle kill your festivities. Embrace the sunshine and warm weather as you spend your holiday weekend with these fun events around Boston.
Residents of 30 Dalton can take part in our Fourth of July Snow Cone event. This Saturday head to one of our odd numbered floors near the elevators to grab your refreshing snow cone. This refreshing treat will be a great addition to the rest of your day’s festivities.
Keep your eyes to the sky this Fourth of July weekend in Boston. The Department of Defense will be doing an aerial salute in cities that played a role in the American Revolution. The salute is said to begin in Boston. You won’t want to miss it!
The show must go on…virtually. Tune in at 8:00 p.m. on July 4th to Bloomberg TV, Bloomberg.com or Boston’s Channel 7 WHDH for a three-hour special. Watch highlights of Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular from years past and see what new features they were able to add this year. There will even be pre-recorded fireworks.
Boston offers great self-guided audio tours that only require your phone. Take this holiday weekend to learn more about your city and country with tours like Boston’s Freedom Trail, Harvard Yard, Harborwalk, and Scenic Cape Ann. You’ll be able to enjoy the outdoors while practicing social distancing and learn more about America’s independence.
Don’t let a canceled fireworks show stop you from having an enjoyable Fourth of July weekend in Boston. Share with us other ways you’ll be spending your long weekend.