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Celebrate 4th of July in the Birthplace of the American Revolution [Virtually]

Independence Day is usually celebrated with fireworks, parades, and many events all over Massachusetts commemorating our nation's birth and independence. And even though a lot has changed this year, there are plenty of virtual experiences to help you feel the holiday spirit from the comfort of your home:

1. Go on a virtual tour of the USS Constitution - the world's oldest commissioned warship afloat.

2. Check out the Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular Broadcast. 
The show will feature previous musical performances including Andy Grammer, Leslie Odom Jr., Rhiannon Giddens, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Arlo Guthrie, plus several newly-created recorded virtual performance pieces by Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops players as well as the Middlesex Country Volunteer Fifes and Drums.

3. Listen to a reading of the Declaration of Independence from the balcony of the Old State House in Boston just as it was read to the citizens of Boston on July 18, 1776.

4. Tune into the Old North Church’s new web series “99% Sure” which explores the history, people, and events that made Old North a legendary historic site

5. Join the virtual edition of the popular Footloose on the Freedom Trail Tour.
Watch and learn from expert guides as they describe the key Boston locations and figures that played a crucial role in America's Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Sites include Boston Common, King's Chapel, the Boston Massacre site, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere House, the USS Constitution, and the Bunker Hill Monument.

We wish all of our friends and colleagues a happy and safe Fourth of July!

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