WHAT WE DID: JULY 8TH

We're feeling like Garfield back at work on this hot Monday morning. Thankfully, we got plenty of fun in on the long holiday weekend. Below, you'll find photos from our adventures at last Thursday's parade, the Denton Community Market and more. As always, make sure you throw #wddi in your tweets or 'grams and we'll include our favorites in next week's "What We Did."  

The square was jam-packed for the annual 4th of July parade last Thursday morning. 

The square was jam-packed for the annual 4th of July parade last Thursday morning. 

We saw horse masks, real animals and even a washing machine in the parade. 

We saw horse masks, real animals and even a washing machine in the parade. 

Kiddos jumped at the chance to fill up their pockets (or cups) with candy thrown from various parade floats. 

Kiddos jumped at the chance to fill up their pockets (or cups) with candy thrown from various parade floats. 

Some were happier than others to be there. 

Some were happier than others to be there. 

Several gathered, instruments in hand, to hang out before marching and playing wonderful cacophonous music together. 

Several gathered, instruments in hand, to hang out before marching and playing wonderful cacophonous music together. 

Many Denton businesses were represented in the parade. 

Many Denton businesses were represented in the parade. 

It was a "Splash Day" on Saturday at the Denton Community Market. 

It was a "Splash Day" on Saturday at the Denton Community Market. 

We spotted District 1 city councilman, Kevin Roden, out at the Denton Community Market talking with various vendors and pushing kids down the slide. 

We spotted District 1 city councilman, Kevin Roden, out at the Denton Community Market talking with various vendors and pushing kids down the slide. 

We also got the chance to take in a show at the Star Theatre inside UNT's Environmental Sciences building. While we were actually checking out a movie for kids, we learned a lot, ourselves, and definitely recommend going there. 

We also got the chance to take in a show at the Star Theatre inside UNT's Environmental Sciences building. While we were actually checking out a movie for kids, we learned a lot, ourselves, and definitely recommend going there.