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Jul. 2, 2021 12:33 pm

Beyond fireworks: Something to do every day in July

From block parties to learning to fish, open funding application periods to quirky meet-ups, the month is full of opportunities to get doing — IRL as well as virtually. (And we've got a timeline to help you keep it all straight.)

Fireworks in Philly.

(Photo courtesy of Visit Philadelphia)

July is lit, and we don’t mean only by fireworks on the Fourth of July.

From block parties to learning to fish, open funding application periods to quirky meet-ups, the month is full of opportunities to get doing — IRL as well as virtually.

Our timeline below has something for to do nearly every day this month (alas, we missed yesterday!). While many of these are focused on the professional or personal interests of adults, there are some family-friendly and teen-centered events sprinkled in.

And, yes, we know it is curated rather than comprehensive and nowhere near a complete picture of what is happening in this region — but use it as a starting point.

Half the fun of this is finding something you wouldn’t have otherwise, and then falling down the rabbit hole that discovery opens for you.

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