Your Independence Day To-Do List

The most festive holiday of the season has finally made its way around and for many of us it marks the peak of summer. School has been out for a while but it’s not quite time to start gearing up for the return. It’s a day for friends and family, celebrations, and of course fireworks! Sit back, relax, embrace your inner patriot, and take the day to enjoy the festivities.

Red, White, and Blue Zoku Pops

1. Make these popsicles from Zoku

Mason Jar Patriotic Drinks

2. Sip on this drink in these jars

Made in America Banner

3. Check out these made-in-America Brands

Patriotic Luminaries

4. Create these kid-friendly luminaries for your evening festivities

Independence Day Pie

5. Watch fireworks while noshing on this patriotic dessert

Wishing you and your family a fun and delicious 4th of July!

Chelsea B. Sanz
Chelsea B. Sanz

Chelsea Sanz has lived in East Tennessee since her family moved here from South Florida just before she started high school. While she initially begrudged her new home state, she eventually realized she had come to not only love it, but to “bleed orange” as University of Tennessee Volunteers fans here like to say. She and her boyfriend Hunter, a trail worker for Great Smoky Mountains National Park, enjoy exploring the nation’s most visited national park and coming up with their own farm-to-table recipes.

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  1. July 04, 2014 at 3:15 pm, Rose Madera said:

    4th of July Red/White/Blue and homemade potato saled and all that went with it a family tradition.