Star Spangled Giveaway Hop

Welcome to the Star Spangled Giveaway Hop, hosted by Mama the Fox!

Today is star spangled indeed, as it’s Canada Day! So Happy Canada Day to everyone in Canada, and Happy Fourth of July to everyone in the U.S. this weekend. Which is even better for being a 3-day weekend this year. And next year too, so plan ahead!

So this hop celebrates patriot holidays for two countries, even if one of them – Canada – doesn’t actually have a star on its current flag. Although it has in the past.

But these are both patriotic holidays celebrating the birth/consolidation of separate parts into a semi- or somewhat unified whole. Sometimes like a family complete with table-pounding and shouting at family reunions. And the occasional insults hurled either across the table – or to the picnic table next door, meaning in this analogy, each other.

I remember fireworks where I grew up, the tiny suburb of Golf Manor in Cincinnati. It looks like they still do fireworks, just not this year. That’s probably true a lot of places this year.

But it’s still a time to celebrate – wherever you are. And in celebration of this bloghop I’m giving away the winner’s choice of a $10 Amazon Gift Card or a book, up to $10 in value, from the Book Depository. This giveaway is open, not just in the US and Canada as they are celebrating this month, but everywhere that the Book Depository ships.

So have a happy Canada Day, or Independence Day, or whatever and whenever your country celebrates its birth!

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For more star spangled celebrations, be sure to visit the other stops on this hop!

MamatheFox and all participating blogs are not held responsible for sponsors who fail to fulfill their prize obligations.

145 thoughts on “Star Spangled Giveaway Hop

  1. I love having a small get-together with friends and family so we can BBQ and swim. Not sure how that’s going to go this year, but I’m going to say we won’t do so well with it.

  2. I like seeing all the greetings from my friends and family and the photos of their celebrations.

  3. There is a small local fair with a fantastic fireworks display on the 4th here. I still don’t know if they are going to have fireworks or not. I do know the fair is cancelled.

  4. My favorite 4th of July tradition is going on a boat ride with my family! We usually go waterskiing as well.

  5. My favorite tradition is enjoying a family BBQ. We aren’t meeting up with the whole family as a precaution this year, but still plan on making cheeseburgers and enjoying a delicious dinner.

  6. Its a tradition to watch our city parade on the 4th but none this year because of the virus.

  7. Family and neighborhood gathering for bbqs/potluck, fun, swimming, fireworks and friendship – things will be very different this year!

  8. BBQ, fireworks, watermelon, swimming and fun times with family. It will definitely be a little different this year but we are still looking forward to it.

  9. Going somewhere to see the fireworks is my favorite July 4th tradition. They were all cancelled locally this year, so we bought a little box to shoot off in our yard. Hopefully, the kids will be excited about those.

  10. Grilling with family and friends is my favorite tradition! With ice cream or popsicles for dessert 🙂

  11. My favorite 4th of July tradition is going to see the fireworks show and then lighting off are own.

  12. definitely a backyard BBQ and a cake for hubby as it is his birthday too, and then watching the fireworks from our house since we are lucky enough to be able to see them.

  13. Always having BBQ with family & friends then going to watch fireworks. Since the fireworks are cancelled this year I imagine we’ll watch Macy’s display on tv.

  14. The 4th is my husband’s birthday and we have a tradition of having a BBQ and lots of fireworks every year.

  15. I love watching fireworks with my family. The fireworks are fun, but seeing the joy my kids have while watching them is the best ^_^

  16. We grill a wonderful meal on 4th of July and then we spend the evening hours consoling our scared puppy every year.

  17. What’s your favorite July 4th (or Canada Day) tradition?

    i’m a non-amareican but i love the July 4th fireworks

    THX

  18. We don’t usually do much for the 4th of July, but I enjoy watching a proper fireworks display.

  19. I like to watch the fireworks in my city every year as a tradition, but this year they are cancelled.

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