There is an extremely limited amount of things to do this 4th of July weekend because of the coronavirus. One of the few options that many of us have is gatherings just with friends and family. If you happen to live in the Bucks County area here are a few things that you can possibly get yourself into if you are not trying to be around friends and family this 4th of July.

According to Bucks Happening, there are still a few things going on in the area that you can either watch on TV or you can actually be a part of.

One of the options shared on Bucks Happening's website was the multiple-day event at Shady Brook Farm in Bucks County. From July 1st to the 5th at Shady Brook Farm you can be part of "Pick-Your-Own." You have a chance to get on a wagon that takes you into the field to pick your own wildflowers and berries. Let's be real, that is a good place for a date since, at the moment, there aren't many good places to go for date nights. Movie nights are starting to get boring.

In Lower Middletown Township there will be the 4th of July Motorcade of Lower Middletown Township. According to Bucks Happening's website, the 4th of July Motorcade will be an early morning event (9:30 am) on the actual 4th of July. The event is planned to go through the neighborhood until 12 pm noon.

Levittown will be having an event the day after Independence Day. Bucks Happening mentioned that the Falls Township Summer Concert Series Kickoff will be on July 5th at 6 pm at the Falls Township Community Park.

Good thing is that some events are still happening even if the coronavirus is trying to stop us from having some sort of fun.