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1. Visit a local fair: Research a summer fair close to your home and experience an evening of high-flying rides and pop-up games. Set your sights on a grand prize—and keep playing until you win!
2. Catch fireflies at night: Step outside and search the summer sky for fireflies. Once you catch your well-lit bug, place it in a mason jar, punch holes in the lid and watch as it lights up the night sky—all before you say goodbye and release your bug back into the air.
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3. Play miniature golf: Pick up a putter and challenge your friends to a round of mini golf. Create make-believe awards for everyone involved, from “most inventive shot” to “most patient putter.”
4. Host a barbecue: Gather your closest friends, create a delicious menu, and enjoy a relaxing afternoon in the sun. For drinks, surprise your guests with a sweet summer cocktail—like Jeffrey Morgenthaler's “East of Eden.”
5. Go to a baseball game: Visit the Major Leagues, Minor Leagues or Little Leagues and experience the thrill of summer baseball. Before you buy tickets, pick up a baseball cap to make your fanhood official.
6. Attend an outdoor concert: Pack a picnic, jump in the car, and soak in the sounds of an outdoor concert. For an unexpected twist, seek out a brand-new band or an unfamiliar genre.
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7. Pick peaches: Walk your local orchard in search of lush, orange peaches. Once you’ve filled your box, and eaten your share, make a sweet summer recipe—like grilled peaches with blackberry basil butter.
8. Walk the boardwalk: Stroll down the boards of a beachside boardwalk and delight in summer’s warm breezes and fragrant air. On your walk, pick out the best beachside food, from savory clams to brick-oven pizza.
9. Visit the zoo: Spend a day hanging with the giraffes, monkeys and elephants, and explore an entire community of well-known (and unknown) animals. Make sure to make a stop at the petting zoo, too, to get up close and personal with the zoo’s most interesting attractions.
10. Watch a drive-in movie: Take the entertainment outside this summer and locate an outdoor movie theater. Pick a film, grab your popcorn and watch away.