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First-ever VIRTUAL July 4th Celebration from The National Archives Foundation

Join the National Archives for its first-ever virtual July 4th celebration! For 50 years, the Archives has celebrated the founding of the United States that includes a traditional reading ceremony of the Declaration of Independence on the Museum steps. This year, the National Archives will lift the words of the Declaration of Independence off of its well-worn parchment paper and bring them to homes across the country online, while providing a host of educational activities for the whole family.
Dates: 
07/04/2020
Starting at 11am EDT / 10am CDT / 9am MDT / 8am PDT / 7am AKDT
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Online
Online, NY, .
United States

Phone:

1-866-272-6272

Desert Botanical Garden Reopening

After what will be a 15-week closure, Desert Botanical Garden will open its trails to all visitors beginning July 6. All patrons interested in visiting the Garden will be required to make a timed reservation through dbg.org or by calling 480.941.1225 before they arrive. No in-person transactions will be accepted at this time. Reservations open June 26.
Dates: 
07/06/2020
7-9 am
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Location:

1201 N Galvin Pkwy
Phoenix, AZ, 85008
United States

Phone:

(480) 941-1225

Your Hometown Fourth at Schnepf Farms

This year has been tough for most. But, we are happy to be hosting this great event to celebrate our independence as a nation. This is a family/community event to grow closer as neighbors, to support each other, and to celebrate the United States of America. We, the Schnepf Family, love our Country, love our community, and love offering a place for families to create memories together. We hope to see you out at the farm this 4th of July!
Dates: 
07/04/2020
4-9pm
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Organization:

Schnepf Farms

Location:

24610 S. Rittenhouse Road
Queen Creek, AZ, 85142
United States

Phone:

1 480-987-3100

2020 Arizona Celebration of Freedom

In light of COVID-19, the 2020 Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom is a Drive-In Firework Show! Tune in to KOOL FM 94.5 for pre-show and music during the fireworks! To limit car battery usage, use your cell phone or a battery-operated radio to listen.
Dates: 
07/04/2020
9:00 – 9:30 pm (Parking lots open at 7 pm)
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Location:

263 N. Center Street
Mesa, AZ, 85201
United States

Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom

Due to an abundance of caution, while we maintain social distancing guidelines, the 2020 Titan Solar Power Arizona Celebration of Freedom becomes a FREE Drive-In Fireworks Show! The event will be held Saturday, July 4 from 9 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Fiesta Mall, 1425 W. Southern Ave.
Dates: 
07/04/2020
9-9:30pm
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Location:

Fiesta Mall- Mesa
1425 W Southern Ave
Mesa, AZ, 85202
United States

Phone:

480-644-3333

Virtual Fourth of July Celebration with the Museum of the American Revolution

The powerful words of the Declaration of Independence founded a new nation on the revolutionary idea that “all men are created equal” with unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The Declaration’s promise of liberty and equality has been expanding ever since, yet still remains a beautiful—but unfulfilled—dream. The American Revolution lives on in all of us as we continue the work of advancing these promises for all people. During a weeklong Fourth of July celebration, the Museum of the American Revolution will offer free, interactive virtual experiences for all ages that explore the Declaration’s promise.
Dates: 
07/04/2020
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Online
Online, NY, .
United States

Phone:

215.253.6731

VIRTUAL EVENT: Danbury Library presents FREE LIVE virtual retelling of "The Wizard of Oz" - July 8 at 6:30pm Eastern

There is no place like home! Join us for a live theatrical event as we follow the comic duo of Lenny and Mabel down the yellow brick road to the land of Oz. Meet all of your favorite characters along the way! Gain courage with the Cowardly Lion, take heart with the Tin Man, and find your wits with the Scarecrow in this fun interactive retelling of the L. Frank Baum classic The Wizard of Oz. Free! Registration required. For families with children in grades K-5.
Dates: 
07/08/2020
6:30pm EDT / 5:30pm CDT / 4:30pm MDT / 3:30pm PDT / 2:30pm AKDT
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Online
Online, NY, .
United States

Phone:

203-797-4528

A CAPITOL FOURTH - Celebrating 40 years on PBS!

America’s Independence Day celebration, A Capitol Fourth, marks 40 years on the air, broadcast to millions of viewers on PBS and to our troops watching around the world on the American Forces Network. Due to COVID-19, we won't be live on the West Lawn celebrating our nation's Independence. But we promise to deliver a 40th Anniversary Special that inspires and excites!
Dates: 
07/04/2020
8pm EDT / 7pm CDT / 6pm MDT / 5pm PDT / 4pm AKDT
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Online
Online, NY, .
United States

Online: Discovery Green Friends Storytime Goodnight Moon at 10:30am Central

It’s summertime and the learning never stops! Join us for a special online-only story times on the Discovery Green Facebook page.
Dates: 
07/10/2020
11:30am EDT / 10:30am CDT / 9:30am MDT / 8:30am PDT / 7:30am AKDT
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Online
Online, NY, .
United States

Etiquette Summer Camp (Ages 13-18)

When a teen has strong social skills and understands how to treat others respectfully and politely, he or she can navigate virtually anything from a college or job interview to a conversation with an adult to meeting a new date’s parents. Our two-day Summer Etiquette Camp for Teens will give your teen confidence in various social situations they may encounter and it is a great course to prepare them for college.
Dates: 
07/18/2020
07/19/2020
1 pm - 4 pm
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Location:

St. Bernard of Clairvaux Catholic Church, Scottsdale, AZ
10755 N 124th St,
Scottsdale, AZ, 85259
United States

VIRTUAL EVENT: Streaming | Penumbral Lunar Eclipse | Full Buck Moon 2020 - July 4 at 8pm Pacific from Lowell Observatory

Fireworks aren’t the only light show on July 4th. Shortly after sunset, the Full Buck Moon (a traditional name for July’s Full Moon) will pass through the outermost portion of the Earth’s shadow, a subtle event called a penumbral lunar eclipse. Join Lowell Observatory educators at the Giovale Open Deck Observatory at 8pm AZ/PT on Saturday, July 4, 2020, for a live stream of this penumbral lunar eclipse.
Dates: 
07/04/2020
11pm EDT / 10pm CDT / 9pm MDT / 8pm PDT / 7pm AKDT
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Online
Online, NY, .
United States

Phone:

928/774/3358

Marine Education Center Virtual Tour! 10:30 EDT

Watch the Marine Education Center Virtual tours of differ topics related to the Long Island Sound! This summer they will be weekly, Tuesday and Friday at 10:30 a.m.
Dates: 
07/07/2020
07/10/2020
07/14/2020
10:30am EDT / 9:30am CDT / 8:30am MDT / 7:30am PDT / 6:30am AKDT
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Online
Online, NY, .
United States

Phone:

(914) 777-7784 Ext 205

July 4 Fireworks Spectacular Drive-in

Celebrate freedom, fireworks, and fun at Chandler’s Independence Day celebration. Enjoy the fourth at Tumbleweed Park while viewing a big boom sky-illuminating fireworks display. On-site parking is assigned and free. Due to the impacts of COVID-19, and to adhere to CDC guidelines, the event plan for the annual July 4th Fireworks Spectacular has been amended to a drive-in fireworks show. There will be no concessions or activities during this year’s event.
Dates: 
07/04/2020
7:30-9:30pm
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Location:

Tumbleweed Park
.
Chandler , AZ, 85286
United States

Phone:

(480) 782-2727

VIRTUAL EVENT: Streaming | Meet an Astronomer | The Kuiper Belt with Dr. Larry Wasserman - July 7 at 2pm Pacific from Lowell Observatory

The Kuiper Belt consists of those objects which orbit the Sun beyond Neptune. It was actually “discovered” with the 1930 discovery of Pluto, but nobody realized what was really out there until a second object was found in 1992. We have now been able to study this part of the Solar System for 28 years and have discovered thousands of these objects. What have we learned about these faint, icy, primitive bodies? And what about the big question regarding Pluto. Is it a planet? For that matter, what is (or what should be) a planet? Lowell Observatory Astronomer Dr. Larry Wasserman helps us answer these questions.
Dates: 
07/07/2020
5pm EDT / 4pm CDT / 3pm MDT / 2pm PDT / 1pm AKDT
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Location:

ONLINE ONLY
Online
Online, NY, .
United States

Phone:

928/774/3358