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Summer bucket list: 25 food-free ways to celebrate

The sun is out, school is done and it’s time to celebrate. Do you have your summer bucket list? If you or someone you love has food allergies, that can be tough. Most celebrations include food or other allergens (like pets). Never fear. We’re giving you a summer bucket list of 25 food-free ways to […]

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The sun is out, school is done and it’s time to celebrate. Do you have your summer bucket list?

If you or someone you love has food allergies, that can be tough. Most celebrations include food or other allergens (like pets). Never fear. We’re giving you a summer bucket list of 25 food-free ways to celebrate.

No matter what you are celebrating or who you are with, these summer bucket list ideas are sure to please. After all, the point of summer is to relax, spend time with family and friends, and enjoy the easy living.

So if you are looking for food-free ways to celebrate an accomplishment big or small, read on:

1.       Play a board game

2.       Watch a movie

3.       Visit a pool or splash pad

4.       Take a bike ride

5.       Do a nature scavenger hunt

6.       Create chalk art

7.       Paint rocks

8.       Plant flowers

9.       Visit a park

10.   Volunteer

11.   Go mini-golfing

12.   Go to an outdoor concert

13.   Get manicures/pedicures

14.   Hit up the library

15.   Buy new pool or beach toys – and use them!

16.   Run through the sprinkler

17.   Play catch or hit the batting cages

18.   Catch fireflies

19.   Fly a kite

20.   Make a scrapbook

21.   Visit a museum

22.   Play with bubbles

23.   Make slime

24.   Go kayaking or canoeing

25.   Go see a sporting event (even a local Little League game!)

The point of a summer bucket list is to be creative and enjoy spending time together. Don’t see your favorite food-free celebration on our list? Share it in the comments.

Midwest Allergy

The medical experts at Midwest Allergy hope you have a GREAT summer. Make an appointment online if you have any questions or concerns about allergies or asthma. Don’t forget to tell us about your summer plans when you visit next.

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