If the nearest July 4th fireworks display isn’t so near, there are other ways to have a safe and sparkly holiday. Read on for some of these creative ways to light up your 4th of July when a fireworks display isn’t an option.
With the Fourth of July upon us, there are several places to go and watch a stunning display of fireworks. Some may not necessarily on the day, but definitely celebratory nonetheless, with higher than expected results. We take a look at Connecticut’s finest, and most fun, places to go including festivals and fairs, a town celebration, an amusement park, and even a baseball game.
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Get a little creative this Fourth of July. Here are five fun party games to entertain all the guests at your upcoming holiday barbecue.
Hitting the beach this summer? Alongside your flip-flops, towel, and plenty of sunscreen, no beach bag is complete without one of the summer’s hottest reads.
Be both healthy and festive at your Fourth of July BBQ with these red, white, and blue dish ideas.
Taking him out for a beer or cocktail at one of these Connecticut bars and restaurants could be the most meaningful present he receives.
Looking to take dad out for a nice dinner this Father’s Day? These are some of the best spots around Connecticut to take him out for a meal he deserves.
Depending upon how you plan to camp – RV, tent or backpacking – you may want to rethink what you pack and bring with you. The lighter you pack, the easier it will be to keep track of everything and carry it to and from your campsite.