What's on Tap

What's on Tap

What to do this July 4th weekend

Posted July 2, 2020 9:00 a.m. EDT
Updated July 2, 2020 2:32 p.m. EDT

Roxboro to hold July 4 fireworks display

— We have your guide to socially distant fun this holiday weekend!

Fireworks and virtual July 4th fun - Many fireworks displays are canceled, but there are a few still happening in the area. We have a list of these and other virtual celebrations.

N.C. State Fair drive-thru event- The North Carolina State Fair will be hosting Drive-Thru Fair Food Days Friday through Sunday. The events will run noon to 6 p.m. Sales will be cash only.

Food Truck Flix - Enjoy a drive-in movie and food from local trucks during this new series in the Triangle. "Ratatouille" and "Top Gun" are set to be screened Friday and Saturday nights in Raleigh. Tickets are $20 per car.

Cook Like the Pros - This week's recipe is from Koan chef Drew Smith.

OneEno - EnoFest 2020 - The Festival for the Eno may be canceled for this year, but the Eno River Association has come up with a virtual event in its place. OneEno - EnoFest 2020 will be broadcast from the Carolina Theatre in Durham on Friday. The show will include live and recorded musical performances, a virtual crafts market and profiles of local artists.

Free Fishing Day - Free Fishing Day is taking place on July 4 this year and you can fish without a license all day long.

Recipe: Patriotic Popsicles - Independence Day is right around the corner, and it's time to flex our patriotic food prep muscles! These homemade 4th of July popsicles are a healthy and delicious homemade treat and the kids find them as fun to make as they are to eat!

Watch ‘Hamilton’ from your couch - The Broadway smash comes to Disney Plus this weekend.

Catch up on the WRAL Out & About Podcast - Recent guests have included Carroll's Kitchen and Baba Ghannouj.

Our commenting policy has changed. If you would like to comment, please share on social media using the icons below and comment there.