July 4th

Parades, Fireworks and other Independence Day celebrations on Boston, Massachusetts' North Shore!

Two Town Patriotic Celebration

Hamilton Wenham Community Center organizes the Two Town July 4 Celebration

Two towns combine to celebrate the Independence Day in a park named after one of America's most patriotic sons.  What could be more American than that? Celebrate the Fourth at Patton Park as Hamilton and Wenham continue their tradition thanks to the Community House Of Hamilton & Wenham.

When: 
Saturday, June 24, 2017 4-9pm
Bike Decorating at HW Library - 2:30pm

Fireworks Plus in Marblehead!

Marblehead Fireworks as seen from Chandler Hovey Park by Jeff Folger

Fourth of July in Marblehead is an all-day event on the harbor front that begins at 10am with the Horribles Parade, composed of unusual and sometimes opinioned home-made floats, music, and other parading favorites. For the rest of the day, the waterfront is lively with music, food, and family activities. The day ends with the Harbor Illumination and Fireworks.

When: 
Tuesday, July 4, 2017 beginning at 10am

Red, White & Blue Pancake Breakfast

Pancake Breakfast at Tuck's Point Manchester Ma for Families

The Annual Red, White & Blue Pancake Breakfast at Tuck's Point will feature live music, pony rides, a great breakfast and more at the beautiful seaside setting of Tuck's Point! The Manchester-Essex Rotary Club invites families to enjoy pancakes topped with strawberries, blueberries, and whipped cream, scrambled eggs, bacon, home fries, coffee, milk, and juice! Live Dixieland music and free pony rides will excite and entertain the kids! Proceeds support the Club's scholarship program and community service projects in Manchester and Essex.

When: 
Saturday, July 2, 2016 from 7-11 a.m
Location: 

Annual Community House Block Party

Annual Community House Block Party and Twin Town Patriotic Celebration!

Come out and enjoy the company of friends and neighbors for a Two Town Patriotic Celebration!  A Bike Parade from the Hamilton-Wenham Library to Patton Park kicks off the celebration. Please gather at the Library with your decorated bike by 3:45pm. Following the parade, there's all kinds of fun: 
Music – Kids Activities – Food Trucks – Fireworks at dusk. ADMISSON IS FREE!  $20 wristbands for select rides and activities are available

When: 
Sunday, June 24, 2017 4-9pm

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