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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The 2014 Fourth of July Parade – We Need Your Support!

KEEPING the TRADITION ALIVE:

For the past 24 years, the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce has taken over the responsibility for the town’s 4th of July Parade. The parade theme this year is CELEBRATE 375- Happy Birthday Sudbury in tribute to the September 4, 2014 375th Anniversary date of Sudbury’s incorporation. The Sudbury Celebrates 375 Committee has an exciting schedule of events throughout 2014 to mark this historic milestone.

Our 8-person committee work hard all year to recruit the best bands and entertainers to participate in our town’s annual celebration. Our July 4th parade continues our hometown tradition to build fond memories for adults and children alike.

I would personally like to thank Mike Hamill and his committee, Steve Davis, TJ Peters, Chuck Marley, Pat and Tom Blanchette and of course Libby and Olivia Hamill for their tireless work year in and year out.

Additionally, we need to send a very special thank you to the Sudbury Police Department and the Sudbury Fire Department for the work they do in keeping us safe. Most especially Chief Miles and Captain Doug Stone for helping with putting the flags up annually that line the parade route.

The Success of these events depends highly on donations from our members and the participation of the residents of Sudbury. The parade costs in excess of $30,000 per year and is funded by donations from the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Member Business’s.  You can thank them by remembering to SHOP SUDBURY FIRST!

If you or your group is interested in entering a float in the parade, contact the parade committee at Parade@Sudbury.org

You can also visit us at www.Sudbury.org or on Facebook at Facebook.com/sudbury01776. Check often for an updated schedule of events.

Sincerely,

 

Louis B. Stephan

President

Prudential Stephan REALTORS

 

Sudbury Celebrates 375: Call To Local Businesses And Groups For This Years 4th of July Parade & Main Street Sudbury Events

From the Sudbury Celebrates 375/Sudbury Day Committee

The Town of Sudbury will be celebrating the 375th anniversary of the incorporation of Sudbury Plantation on September 4, 1639. There are some opportunities for volunteering in support of  Celebrate 375 events.

First, we ask that you consider sponsoring a float for the Chamber of Commerce’s Fourth of July Parade. The Parade is an annual event that that draws large crowds from Sudbury and surrounding towns. This year we hope to make it bigger and better than ever before by having floats that depict events and places in Sudbury’s history or in the history of your organization. If you are interested in doing that, please contact Mike Hamill of the Chamber’s Parade Committee at m.hamill@sudbury.org

Second, please also think about having a booth showcasing your organizations activities on “Main Street Sudbury” at the September 6th Field Day and Fireworks event at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School. Your booth can document your organization’s history, its current contributions to life in Sudbury or the future of your organization. There is no charge to participate in this way. To reserve a booth on Main Street Sudbury, please contact the Celebrate 375 Committee at sudbury375@sudbury.ma.us.

If you have any questions about these opportunities, please contact us through our email address at sudbury375@sudbury.ma.us or call one of our co-chairpersons listed below.

Thank you for considering participation in the Sudbury Celebrates 375 events. We look forward to hearing from you.

The Sudbury Celebrates 375/Sudbury Day Committee

 

Joseph Bausk, CoChair (978-443-8963)

Hal Cutler, CoChair (978-443-2525)

sudbury375@sudbury.ma.us

2013 Fourth of July Parade! – Details and Information

This olde town tradition is a sight to behold, for the youngest of young or the oldest of old. The floats are unveiled and the ribbons adorned, the blare of the fire truck sirens and antique car horns. The bands they will march or ride on a float, the kids are on bicycles, rollerblades, scooters or boats. The political players they walk and shake hands. The Militia are coming for all who are fans. Family and Friends, come one, come all. Wave the flag, and have a Ball!!

Details on the “Sudbury Chamber of Commerce 4th of July Parade”

Start Time: 1:00 PM on July 4, 2013 – Rain or shine!

Parade Theme: Sudbury Through the Eyes of Children

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: Mr. Ed Gottmann

Scheduled Performers:

Sudbury Companies of Militia & Minute
Sudbury Ancient Fyfe and Drum Companie
Alan and the Alligators Band
Bruce Marshall Group
The Van Burens
Burnhardt Bavarian Brass Band
Jambalaya Jazz Band
Manchester Pipe Band
Middlesex County Volunteers
Natick Legion Band
New Liberty Jazz Band
Royal Irish Artillery
Tony Barrie Marching Band
Tortorelli’s Worcester Sound and Lights
Boston Windjammers
Worcester Brass Band
Fire House Dixie Band
North End Marching Band
Middlesex County 4-H Fife and Drum Corps

Judging Time: Judging for all floats will begin at noon on July 4th, 2013.

Street Closures: The Sudbury Police Department typically closes the area of the route starting at 12:30 the day of the parade.

Viewing: Spectators are allowed to stand or sit anywhere along the parade route. What is so great about this parade is there really are no bad seats! Don’t forget to bring your lawn chairs, water bottles and sunscreen!

Again we are looking forward to seeing you all there for what promises to be another great family fun parade.

The Chamber would to extend our deepest thanks to the Board of Selectmen, Fire Chief Miles and The Sudbury Fire Department for all their help with this years parade and banners!

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