The Ultimate Guide to Independence Day 2018 in Connecticut

The 4th of July will fall on a Wednesday this year, which essentially eliminates the possibility of a long weekend, but Americans always find a way, right? Arrangements for the festivities have been scheduled to begin way before Independence Day and come to an end well after the fourth. Our Connecticut limo service has therefore decided to come up with a full spectrum of some of our favorite events leading up to Independence Day for your enjoyment in the Constitution State.

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Niantic Farmer’s Market

Keep it a little bit country as you warm up to the actual 4th of July Celebration at the Niantic Farmer’s Market. Head over to the Niantic Main Street and take part in the 9th annual Niantic Farmer’s Market event. Local farmers and vendors will be displaying a wide array of fresh local produce including breads, pies, jams, jellies, greens, pork, hummus, native wool, prepared foods, fresh-filled cannoli’s, coffee, and so much more. Come on down on the 28th of June between 3 pm and 6 pm and pick some fresh products that you could use to prepare a delicious Independent Day meal for the gang.

Reading of The Declaration of Independence

This event has been scheduled for the 3rd of July between 3 pm and 5 pm at the East Lyme Senior Center where the reading of The Declaration of Independence will take place. The reading has been sponsored by the East Lyme Public Library, the East Lyme Parks and Recreation Department, and the Smith-Harris House. Learn more about the events surrounding The Declaration of Independence, which was approved by the Continental Congress on 4th of July, 1776. This event is sure to give you a more intimate understanding and appreciation of your freedom and put you in full freedom mode, pending the actual Independence Day Celebration.

Annual July 4th Pet Parade and Turn-of-the-Century Festival

We all love our furry friends, they are part of the family and, as such, they deserve to celebrate this amazing holiday with us. This event has been scheduled for the 4th of July between 2 pm and 5 pm at the Litchfield Historical Museum. However, you don’t need to have a pet to attend, everyone is invited to this furry fest. Register your pet for the parade and you may just be the winner of some amazing prices and awards. Afterwards, you will get to participate in some classic lawn games, indulge at the ice-cream state, and grab a bite or a drink from any one of the numerous vendors available. Note, however, all pets must be on a leash and you will have to produce a rabies certificate for your pet upon entry.