1. Read an American history novel or biography of a famous American
Pick up a classic that holds cultural significance to American history or explains fragments of historical events. David McCullough has written prolific stories through his books such as1776, John Adams, Truman andMornings on Horseback.
2.Watch an American classic
Pick something from an American director like Woody Allen, Clint Eastwood, Oliver Stone, Steven Spielberg, Spike Lee, John Hughes, Martin Scorsese or Stanley Kubrick.
3. Shop American stores and/or products
In addition to taking advantage of Independence Day sales, do some shopping at your local small business or from U.S. sellers on eBay and Etsy. Support local manufacturing and economy!
4. Visit a national landmark or historic site
Look up historic locations near you and see if you can visit. While national parks are typically closed on holidays, you might be able to enter one or hang out near one, if it’s allowed. For example, in New York City, the Statue of Liberty is closed on holidays but people can still go on a boat ride or take the South Ferry around it.
Observe the location where a major occasion took place — visit an Native American reservation or find an iconic location that has significance to the local people and the United States.
Pacific dental group wish you happy Independence Day, while you celebrate this holiday, don’t forget to keep take care your teeth and remember to brush at least twice a day.