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Remember it's your Parade... You make it happen... Take part in the parade!
The Fourth of July Activities Committee consists of a dedicated group of about 20 volunteers who spend one night a week for about six months coordinating the fundraising, parade and beach party planning, and overall logistics for the entire celebration. Taking part in the Duxbury 4th of July Parade is a rewarding experience, from volunteering time, participating in the parade or beach party, a float or walking unit with your children or neighbors - it can be fun, but most of all, a memorable experience...taking part in a wonderful tradition.

Help us keep the parade Safe.
We ask all parents to please watch their children as the parade travels down Washington Street, please keep your children on the curb at all times. The parade monitors travel up and down Washington Street and are there to assist with any situation which may pose a safety concern. Please respect their concerns!

E-mail us at info@duxbury4thofjuly.com.

Duxbury 4th of July Parade

Monday, July 4th - 2pm Halls Corner down Washington Street to Duxbury High School.

Duxbury Education Foundation Road Race

Monday, July 4th - To be Announced, Please see their website.
Race information

Annual Duxbury Beach Party - Cancelled

Due to the beach closure we are not able to hold the beach party.

Holiday Concert - The South Shore Bay Band

July 3 6pm-8pm Duxbury Senior Center.

Holiday Breakfast

July 3, 8am-12pm Corner Stone Lodge, Washington Street.

Parade Photos - Parade Images

Parade Photos.

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Donate to the Margery Parcher Fund!

It's only with your support that we can provide the people of Duxbury with these wonderful events. Margery Parcher Fund - PO Box 1743, Duxbury, MA 02331 or ONLINE. Note: After entering your name and donation amount, click the Add to Cart button. From the Billing Information section, you can use the Checkout as Guest button to skip creating an account.

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