The Party Continues!


By having to abide by social distancing guidelines, we can no longer celebrate birthdays, graduations, and other special events like weddings with a typical party, and having to cancel is disappointing and heartbreaking.

So, does this mean we cannot celebrate at all? NO!

There can still be celebrations that are fun, surprising, and more importantly safe!

  1. Car Parades

Decorate your car or create a poster and drive by your loved one’s house! Some people like to blast music or honk their horns as they pass.

  1. Lawn Décor

You can order lawn signs that say “Congratulations” or “Happy Birthday.” There are themed signs that can be placed around the front lawn.

  1. Virtual Parties

Set up a time to see your loved ones and celebrate within the comfort of your home! There are so many different types of video-calling apps to use like Zoom, Skype, or House Party (where you can even play interactive games with everyone!).

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