The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce 2016 4th of July Parade!

2016 PARADE INFORMATION
OUR THEME THIS YEAR:
“Celebrate the American Dream”

It’s that time of year again, the weather is fine, the flowers are blooming and the The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 4th of July Parade is about to happen!

This years theme is: “Celebrate the American Dream”

The Chamber is proud to sponser our annual parade, and we would like to thank all of the volunteers, townspeople, participants, town officials and our member businesses for making this such a great day for our community this and every year!

This years Parade starts at 1:00 at Chiswick Park

Our 2016 Parade Marshall is Rich Davison, who just retired from the Sudbury Foundation after 30 years. The parade will include:

  • Approximately 16 bands
  • Fire trucks from surrounding communities
  • Antique and various classic cars and trucks
  • Floats (Commerical, Community, Friends and Family)
  • Scout and youth groups

For more information see our Facebook Event Page or contact parade@sudbury.org

This years Parade Map:

The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce's 2016 4th of July Parade Map
The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 4th of July Parade Map

Information for participants:

This years Parade starts at 1:00 at Chiswick ParkT (all participants are requested to enter through 490 Boston Post Road, Sudbury)
Any participants that are on a float that will be judged must be at Chiswick park NO later than 11:45. Judging will begin at 12 noon.
The 3 Float catagories are: Commercial, Community and Friends and Family.

Bus shuttle will run from 11 to 4p. Bus runs from Town center (bus lot) to Chiswick park (490 Boston Post Road). Parking for participants in town center can be very limited. They can park at the Methodist Church, 251 Old Sudbury Road, and walk to the bus lot. Parking is also available at Chiswick park, participants can take shuttle immediately back after parade or arrange for pick up.

We are always looking for new participants, floats and volunteers (high school students can earn communitiy service hours).
To the general public…..Any inquiries may be made to parade@sudbury.org

2015 Fourth of July Parade Photo’s

This years parade was a great success and we’d like to thank everyone who worked so hard to make it happen, and to all the good people who came out to enjoy it!

Special thanks to Mike Hamill and his Committee, and the Sudbury Fire and Police Departments!

And a very special thanks to Page Goldfarb for the wonderful photographs!

Annual 4th of July Pre-Parade Party! Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

The Party starts at noon.

The Parade begins at 1 pm sharp.

Make sure you arrive before the road closes and don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs.

We will be serving Hot Dogs, Sausages, Cold Drinks and “Babes” Famous Baked Beans.

A special thanks to:

The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce for sponsoring the Parade.
All the business owners who purchase the banners that fund the parade.
Chief Miles, Lt. Stone and the Sudbury Fire Department for helping put up the Flags and Banners!
Mike Hamill and his Committee for the hard work to make a sucessful Parade year after year.

4TH OF JULY PARADE INFORMATION

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  • Date: Saturday July 4th, 2015
  • Where: Sudbury MA- The parade starts at Chiswick Park ontoUnion Avenue, turns left onto Rt. 20, to Concord Rd, and ends at Town Center.
  • Time: Parade kicks off at 1:00 pm and the roads starts to close at approximately 12:45 (So plan accordingly).
  • If you have any last minute questions please don’t hesitate to contact the parade committee at: parade@sudbury.org
  • Parade Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SudburyFourthofJuly

 

 

The 2014 Fourth of July Parade – All The Info About The Day!

Start Time: Starts at 1PM rain or shine

Parade Theme: CELEBRATE 375 – HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUDBURY

End Time: Roughly 2:30 PM. Depending on where you sit on the route the parade will take about an hour to pass.

Start Location: Corner of Union Ave and Route 20.

End Location: Sudbury Town Hall.

Parade Marshall: Rocky Conrado – Sudbury’s ‘Officer Rocky’ Retiring After 41 Years on the Force. Rocky had a significant impact on the Sudbury Police Department and Sudbury Public Schools.

Special Guest: Simon Shnapir- Olympic Figure Skater

Parade Map: Please note, the GREEN LINE is the parade route, the PURPLE LINE is for the parade marchers to load in.


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