Are you still looking for something to do on the 4th of July? The city of Fort Lauderdale has a terrific all-day option. Here’s how they describe it on the city website:
“The Independence Day Celebration will feature a patriotic extravaganza featuring live bands, a kids zone, beach games, contests, family activities and a dazzling fireworks display.
The Kids Zone will provide non-stop energy and excitement along with plenty of music and comic relief from Noon to 5:00 p.m. Highlights will include DJ, music, bounce houses, water slides, face painting, beach games and contests. Make sure to bring your appetite so you can compete in an old-fashioned hot dog eating contest. And if that doesn’t fill you up, top it off by participating in a July 4th apple pie eating contest!
As the sun goes down watch the sky light up with the City’s spectacular fireworks show at 9:00 p.m. This dazzling pyrotechnic display is simulcast with music on 101.5 LITE FM and is an annual favorite for all! The 4th of July Spectacular takes place on July 4 from Noon to 9:30 p.m. on Fort Lauderdale Beach at A1A and Las Olas Boulevard.”
That sounds like a fun way to spend the 4th. The only potential hindrance would be dealing with traffic in and out of the event. If you don’t want to put up with that, then the better alternative would be to host your own backyard 4th of July BBQ. It’s not too late to pull it together. You’ll probably discover a lot of friends would much rather hang out in a comfortable space than deal with the crowds. To help make your backyard comfortable, you might want to bring in Junk King Fort Lauderdale.
Think about the junky items you have in your yard that you wouldn’t like your guests to see. Those can all be swiftly picked up by Junk King and hauled away for good. Junk King will provide the moving muscle and the truck to get the job done. All you have to do is stand on your deck and point to everything you want taken away. It is just that simple. Put Junk King Fort Lauderdale to work today and your yard will be free of junk for the 4th of July.