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June 28: Wawa Welcome America Kicks Off With Sunday Supper and Gospel Concert

Day 1 of the Wawa Welcome America festival included a Sunday supper and a gospel concert

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The Wawa Welcome America festival kicked off on Sunday, June 28, with free virtual museum tours, a Founding Fathers supper and a gospel concert! Check out some highlights from the first day of events.

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Museums of the Day

Take free virtual tours of the American Swedish Historical Museum, Christ Church Burial Ground, Fort Mifflin on the Delaware and the One Liberty Observation Deck.

Relive

Independence Blue Cross #MindPHL Wellness Corner began Sunday at 8:30 a.m. Every day, IBC brings you a moment to focus on your own emotional and physical health.

When it comes to working out and all the mental health benefits that go along with it, who better to talk with than someone who helps get the Philadelphia Eagles ready for their season? Philly Live's Aunyea Lachelle talks to Eagles strength trainer Eddie Grayer about how to get back to working out if the pandemic has interrupted your training.

At 5 p.m., acclaimed chef Walter Staib of City Tavern presented the Founding Fathers' Sunday Supper! Staib gave a glimpse of what our nation's Founding Fathers ate during the time of the first Independence Day. Along with the history and creation of each dish, Staib helped viewers cook along! Get more information about the Founding Fathers' Sunday Supper here.

At the end of the day, viewers went to church in their living rooms with one of the most uplifting events of the festival, the Hymns & Harmony gospel concert! Zak Williams & 1/Akord performed and the event was hosted by WDAS’ Patty Jackson.

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