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, 2012 – Rain or shine!
Parade Theme: Sudbury: Past, Present and Future
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 (full map included below): Corner of Union Ave and Route 20.
End Location: Sudbury Town Hall.
Judging Time: Judging for all floats will begin at noon on July 4th, 2011.
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.
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Parade Map: Please note, the GREEN LINE is the parade route, the PURPLE LINE is for the parade marchers to load in.
View Sudbury MA 4th of July Parade in a larger map
Greetings, Sudbury Residents!
From May 4th through June 14th, 2011, Liberty Mutual Insurance is hosting Bring Back the 4th™, an online contest that Sudbury community members can enter for a chance to win one of ten $10,000 grants to support the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Fourth of July Parade!
All our community members need to do is visit www.BringBackThe4th.com
between May 4th and June 14th and take a brief multiple choice quiz on
“Responsible Moments in U.S. History.” Each completed quiz counts as one
credit towards a city or town’s total score.
Towns with the highest quiz participation will be eligible to win one of
10 Bring Back the 4th™ grants, distributed via three population-based
categories: small (4 grants), medium (3 grants) and large (3 grants).
Please note the contest allows for one quiz per person, and winners will
be announced the week of June 20th, 2011. Official contest rules can be found
on the Bring Back the 4th™ website.
So visit www.BringBackthe4th.com today, to take the quiz and find
helpful tools for spreading the word in our community!
The Sudbury Chamber of Commerce