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North Carolina and 4th of July

Celebrate and educate on the 4th of July. You can gather your kids and make a Cake to celebrate. You can gather to eat bbq and hot dogs with your closest family. In the process take the week to read books about great figures in American history and innovative thinkers like Steve Jobs. or Benjamin Franklin. You can take the time to get books at the Wilkes Public Library. You can decide to read up on these great figures in the month of July. You can read about John F. Kennedy or other major American Presidents in the month. You can decide to watch documentaries on the History Channel that highlight a bit of American history.

You can also plan a party and get your teens some actual fun skills. You can help them create a plan for the day activities. You can also plan a day trip around the weekend and explore Small Town America around areas like Wilkesboro or North Wilkesboro. Discover historic things in Downtown Wilkesboro. Visit the Museum in the area and look at how Wilkesboro is part of history.Discover places you can visit in North Carolina that takes you closer to the American Revolution and places that people battled.

You can go to places where historic figures like Daniel Boone gathered and lived.. You might want to see Horn in the West and its Revolutionary Drama in the Mountains of North Carolina. Learn more at :

Explore the Daniel Boone Heritage Trail with your family during the Summer. You can check it out at : .

You can go to the Wilkes Public Library during July and discover more on the links of the American revolution and North Carolina. Check out more ideas at : .

Let your teens explore the 4th of July by celebrating and learning all about the American Revolution's ties to North Carolina.

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