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Family Friendly Virtual 4th of July Celebrations!

Even though most 4th of July Celebrations have been canceled this year due to COVID-19, you can still enjoy 4th of July celebrations virtually from the safety and comfort of your home. Here is a list virtual 4th of July Celebrations that are kid-friendly.

The popular Fourth of July Block Party at Grand Park will be virtual this year. There will be a three-hour livestream from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. at KABC Channel 7 and from 8:00 – 10:00 p.m. on Park’s YouTube Channel. There will be performance and family fun that you can enjoy safely at the comfort of your home.

The Rose Bowl will be hosting a virtual celebration on 4th of July at 2 pm. The one-hour virtual AmericaFest will "feature celebrations of United States Veterans and military personnel, messages from community thanking first responders, frontline workers and their personal heroes for their work during COVID-19, as well as a salute to America with a message for why we celebrate the 4th of July." The event will also feature a flyover of Pasadena and its landmarks. You need to RSVP online for this program.

The Pacific Palisades will be hosting a virtual concert starting at 8 p.m on Saturday July 4th. The virtual concert will feature a host of outstanding musicians and celebrities. Join your neighbors outside your home with social distancing for a Community-Wide Sing-Along of "This Land is Your Land" at 9:00 p.m.

Frederick Douglas: What is the Fourth Of July

The 4th of July needs Frederick Douglass now more than ever. The Museum of African American History, Beacon Hill, and Nantucket present a public reading of Frederick Douglas' Fourth of July address on July 2nd at 12pm Eastern.

The National Archives hosts its first-ever virtual celebration of July 4th. With a host of online programming, educational opportunities, and a special presentation of the traditional reading ceremony, this Independence Day will be as patriotic as ever.

The Reagan Library will proceed with a virtual program for families on 4th of July at 10am - 12noon Pacific, 12noon - 2pm Central, 1pm - 3pm Eastern. Our "National Anthem" and "God Bless America" will be performed by the Museum Store's Ms. Katherine Reaves. Listen to some of our wonderful presidents from the past give a monologue of life during their presidential terms, and listen to Betsy Ross provide some lessons about our American flag! Join in on a first-ever 4th of July costume contest! Winners will receive a fun prize from Museum Store.


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