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#InTheKnow: Miami's Social Distancing Events - Fourth of July Edition

The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly impacted Miami's vibrant energy and social scene. Nonetheless, the closing of Miami-Dade's beaches for the Fourth of July does not mean another boring weekend spent at home. Instead, here are some upcoming events and ways to make the next couple of days not only safe for you and your family, but memorable.

Rodrigo Garduno 54D Workouts:

Any body is a summer body, but gym closures should not stand in your way if you're looking to get in shape. This Fourth of July, join Rodrigo's 54D workouts. Virtual sessions take place every day around 11 a.m., featuring intense and exciting exercises on his Instagram account @ro54d.

Independence Weekend Drive-Thru Food Fair:

Include a food fair in your weekend plans. Admission is free, so put on your mask and browse delicious vendors like Candy Bistro Concessions, Arctic Ice Shaved Ice, Food Junkies, and Stella's Elephant Ears. This food fair will take place at The Little Farm. So, make sure to register and check out the event's details, here.

Mendez Fuel Beer Delivery:

Stock up on your wine and craft beer favorites this weekend by stopping by Mendez Fuel at 3201 Coral Way, Miami's best kept secret and cleanest c-store in town. Celebrate in patriotic style without leaving your home. To accommodate all orders this holiday weekend, the team at Mendez Fuel is extending their same-day delivery deadline to Friday at 4 p.m. So check out asap at Stay connected by browsing their Instagram, @mendezfuel.

Set A Reminder For These Fourth of July Live Streams:

Even though Miami will miss watching fireworks on the beach, you can catch the fireworks display at the Capitol Fourth Concert in DC. You can watch this event on PBS, as well as live-streamed on YouTube, here. If you're looking to be super patriotic, catch the National Archives' first-ever reading of the original Declaration of Independence and Constitution.

Not Feeling the Grill?

If you do not feel like cooking this Independence Day, support local restaurants by taking advantage of their fantastic Fourth of July deals and exclusive menus. If you are craving ribs, burgers, or even tacos, make sure to browse this local culinary lineup, here.

Pie for Dessert:

There's nothing more American pie. Support Fireman Derek by picking up a Limited Edition Flag Pie. Made with hand-rolled flaky dough and a sweet filling of strawberry and blueberry, this pie is topped with a cheesecake layer. Honoring our country's flag has never been so delicious! It will only be available for delivery and takeout on Friday, July 3rd, and Saturday, July 4th. Make sure to check out their website for details,

Tie-Dye Patriotically:

You've probably seen your kids and friends rock the "latest" trend, tie-dye. Don't miss out on this DIY experience. Not only is it family-friendly, but extremely cute! Purchase a tie-dye kit at your local craft store or online. We've even included a step-by-step tutorial on how to make your tie-dye project stylish and patriotic.

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