This 4th of July week is going be extremely long! 4-5 days for some people, due to the fact of it being on a Tuesday this year. It can be difficult to keep a family entertained for a whole weekend, let alone a week long holiday. You might even be throwing a party to celebrate. Well, we have you covered; from our favorite recipes to fun crafts for the kids, and decorations to get everyone in the mood to celebrate! Here are 10 things to help you conquer the long 4th of July weekend.
Your patio is the first thing your guests and passer-bys will see, get some inspiration from these cute ideas.
The greatest way to culminate the 4th of July celebrations is to, of course, watch the fireworks. Here are three shows on the 4th in the Mile High City.
Denver/Elitch Gardens – Fireworks Presented by Pepsi, at Elitch Gardens Theme & Water Park. The park will be open all day, the firework show begins at 10 PM.
Denver (Coors Field) – Postgame Fireworks, at Coors Field.
Denver (Sports Authority Field at Mile High) – Mile High Fireworks Show, at Sports Authority Field. Fireworks begin after the Denver Outlaws game.
Visit our full Blog Post for a complete list of firework shows in the state of Colorado.
*Please remember that in most Colorado counties fireworks are illegal. If the firework has a loud bang or leaves the ground you can and will be fined up to $999 in most counties. Visit 9News.com for more information on your county's firework regulations.
Visit our Pinterest board for these ideas and more!