This… day… will be the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival.
John Adams wrote those famous words to his wife on the eve of July 3rd, 1776. Today, his words still ring true as every Fourth of July we celebrate the birth of our great nation with thirteen gunshot salutes, a formal Congressional dinner, carnivals, baseball games, toasts and more.
This year marks the 238th year since our Founding Fathers declared independence from England and began building the country we know and love today. The Fourth of July is a celebration of freedom, liberty and prosperity, just a few of the core beliefs our forefathers fought valiantly for. It’s a day for remembrance, pride and thankfulness.
Like many businesses, we are closed this Friday, but we want to wish you and your families a happy and safe Fourth of July. May your weekends be filled with barbecue, laughter, delicious sweets and, of course, fireworks!