Great Ideas for Celebrating the Fourth of July in ArrowBrooke
June 29, 2020
July 4th is a favorite summer holiday because it celebrates the birthday of the United States. For 244 years Americans have celebrated our country’s strength and unity on Independence Day. This year is no exception and your friends at ArrowBrooke, located north of Frisco, Texas, have a few suggestions to make America’s birthday as bright as the rockets’ red glare!
The Soundtrack of America
Nothing adds to a celebratory event like music. Here are six tunes to get everyone in a red, white and blue state of mind. What other songs would you add?
Revolution by the Beatles
The boys from Liverpool, show that there are no hard feelings!
American Tune by Paul Simon
A brilliant explanation of what it is to be an American
Born in the USA by Bruce Springsteen
Take it from the Boss
I Won’t Back Down by Tom Petty
One if the rallying cries featured on the all-network special after 9-11
City of New Orleans by Willie Nelson
Good morning America. How are ya?
America the Beautiful by Ray Charles
One of the all-time great versions of this song, from brother Ray
Tips for Celebrating Independence Day
The residents of ArrowBrooke will be enjoying the many amenities of this master- planned community while adapting to the need to stay home and stay safe this Independence Day. However, that doesn’t mean the celebration won’t go on. Here are a few things that are safe and still fun.
Fire up the grill
The official meal of the USA – BBQ
Whip up an Independence Day cocktail
Here’s a recipe for a tasty margarita that’s Red, White and Booze
Put up a big screen in the backyard
Whether it is used for screening the Macy’s July 4th Fireworks show you favorite movie about America, nothing beats watching under the stars. Should some fireworks occur in the background…all the better.
Come Visit ArrowBrooke
Whatever the holiday, it is more fun at ArrowBrooke. Located just east of Denton and north of Frisco, this outstanding community has great schools, a convenient location for work and entertainment and a sense of community that our country was founded on. Come see it for yourself.
Happy birthday America!