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With so many all-American traditions on the 4th of July, we can't help but wonder how others are celebrating across the country. That's why we were intrigued to learn about the small town of Bristol, Rhode Island, where one of America's oldest Fourth of July celebrations takes place.

Huffy Hafera on Instagram: “'Merica! Bristol, RI, home of the oldest 4th of July event in the country.”

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These star shaped quesadillas are the perfect snacking size.

You Need to Make At Least One Thing A Star This Weekend

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Nutella toast cut into star shapes, the perfect breakfast for the Fourth or July.

You Need to Make At Least One Thing A Star This Weekend

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Cut pizza into fun star shapes, great for any day of the week.

You Need to Make At Least One Thing A Star This Weekend

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Just when we thought pineapple couldn't get any better, we were proven wrong with these adorable star shaped chunks of pineapple.

You Need to Make At Least One Thing A Star This Weekend

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Your kids will go crazy for these star shaped grilled cheese sandwiches.

You Need to Make At Least One Thing A Star This Weekend

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Cut biscuits into a star and top with Cool-Whip and berries for the ultimate anytime treat.

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Of course, the Fourth of July always saves its main event for last—the fireworks!

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Even your dog will dress up with American spirit to be festive this 4th of July.

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There's nothing more patriotic than passing by rows of houses, all with the flag proudly displayed.

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This patriotic milkshake is a bomb pop you can slurp.

12 Desserts That Put the Bomb in Bomb Pop

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Kids will love nibbling on these firework pushpops!

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Bomb pops get a gooey makeover with Rice Krispies and sprinkles.

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These red, white, and blue Jell-O shot bomb pops are delicious, festive, and all kinds of fun.

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Make popsicles a bit more decadent by using pudding mix to make these patriotic Jello pudding pops.

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Let freedom ring, with these pretzel sparklers.

12 Desserts That Put the Bomb in Bomb Pop

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These lemon lime cupcakes are topped with blue raspberry, lime, and cherry buttercream for a fruity (and fun) summer dessert.

12 Desserts That Put the Bomb in Bomb Pop

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Popsicles melt in the heat. Sugar cookies don't. So gives these bomb pop sugar cookies a shot.

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Eating these buzzed strawberry bites might be the most fun way to eat fruit.

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  • Catherine Anthony
    Catherine Anthony

    Yeah

A three-tiered cupcake bomb pop will beat a regular old cake pop any day.

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Things are getting red, white, and boozy with these buzzed cherry bombs.

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Nothing says childhood nostalgia like a red, white, and blue popsicle.

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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live on the oldest street in America? Well, history loves company at a home where every day is the Fourth of July.

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  • Michelle Rupert
    Michelle Rupert

    Where is it? Philly?

  • Jenn A Visual Capsule
    Jenn A Visual Capsule

    Elfreth's Alley is the oldest residential street that has been in continuous use. The oldest street by age is in St. Augustine: Aviles Street.

  • Penelope Winchester
    Penelope Winchester

    Yes, Philly :)

Elfreth's Alley in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, enjoys the distinction of being the oldest continuously-inhabited residential street in America. The first homes were built in 1720.

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These red, white and blue firecracker crafts will spark some fun at family celebrations and sweeten up the day.

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