Happy Fourth of July!

Happy Fourth of July!

We hope everyone has a fun and safe holiday weekend while celebrating Independence Day!

Although not every town will be celebrating the Fourth of July as usual this year, here are some local events happening this weekend!

Chelmsford:

On Saturday July 3rd, the Chelmsford Community Band will play their annual Independence Day Concert on the Common at 7 PM.

On Monday July 5th, the Town of Chelmsford will be holding a smaller version of its annual July 4th Parade, following the same route from McCarthy Middle School down North Road at 10 AM.

Westford:

Join the community for an outdoor morning Church service at the town common, from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM.

Billerica:

9/18/2021, Marshall Middle School for Yankee Doodle Homecoming Day

Tewksbury:

On Saturday July 3rd, the Town of Tewksbury is planning to hold their annual July 4th celebration at the Livingston Street Recreation Area which will include fireworks at 9 PM.

Lowell:

The Lowell Special Events & Cultural Affairs Department confirmed that there will not be a fireworks display in Lowell in 2021.

Lexington:

The Lexington Lions Club will be hosting their annual carnival, fireworks, and youth games! This includes events from Thursday July 1st- Monday July 5th! Visit their website linked above for more information!

Bedford:

CANCELLED for 2021

Burlington:

On Sunday July 4th, Burlington will be hosting a rolling parade with the theme of thanking all front line workers! Visit their website linked above for more information, including the parade route!

Boston:

On Saturday July 3rd, there will be a fireworks display in Boston as part of the annual Boston Harborfest celebration. Boston Harborfestís fireworks will be launched from Long Wharf above the Boston Harbor on Saturday at 9:15 p.m.

On Sunday July 4th, Bostonís July 4 fireworks will be launched from the Southwest portion of Boston Common instead of from the middle of the Charles River, starting at 10:30 PM and concluding around 11:00 PM.

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