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Here are some great indoor party ideas for July 4th:

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Here are some great indoor party ideas for July 4th:
Host a red, white and blue party: Start with patriotically colored decorations, plates and napkins. Encourage your guests to come decked out in the patriotic colors too. Although red, white and blue face painting isn't required, it can be always be a fun addition.

Throw a July 4 Trivia Party: Challenge your friends with a round of July 4th trivia. If you need help creating your game with some tricky trivia, check out our history section. Whether you want easy questions like, �Who was the first U.S. President?� (George Washington), or harder ones like �How many U.S. towns are called 'Patriot'?� (One: Patriot, IN) will depend on the guests at your party.

Have a July 4th movie marathon: You can include films such as Independence Day, The Patriot, Born on the Fourth of July, Air Force One or any other of your favorites.

Don't forget the patriotic 4th of July party games: If you have kids at the party or if you and your friends just want to feel like kids again, you can put a patriotic spin on an old favorite: Pin the Hat on Uncle Sam.

Invite your friends over for a potluck: If you don't have time to plan a party, get your guests involved by hosting a potluck. You can either assign dishes or have your guests bring over their favorite snacks. This idea will not only make your job as host easier, but it will also give everyone invited to your party a chance to showcase their culinary talents.

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Comments

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Comment by Gentlespirit - July 1, 2008, 6:32 pm
nice ideas!!! :)
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justxploringComment by justxploring - July 1, 2008, 8:28 pm
I probably should ask you for directions to your house! You sound like fun and at least I'll have lots of tasty treats to eat.   LOL   :-)   
Usually I just stay home and watch the Pops on TV.    I used to be there in person and July 4th brings back all those memories of Boston. Regarding "pin the hat" some of my neighbors get so blitzed they can't even get their keys in the door. I think pin the tail on the donkey could turn out to be dangerous!

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