Sudbury 2020 Memorial Day & 4th of July Parades Cancelled

Published May 14, 2020 | Selectmen's Office | Automatically Archived on 7/5/2020

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Memorial Day Parade

Message from the Memorial Day Committee

As a result of the challenges and uncertainties of our current crisis, Sudbury’s usual Memorial Day parade and observance are cancelled. In their place, Sudbury residents are invited to decorate mailboxes or homes patriotically in remembrance of our nation’s fallen heroes. Share your photos with #SudburyRemembers.

Remember—the Memorial Day Committee welcomes new members. Sign up now! https://sudbury.ma.us/pcd/application-for-appointment-to-a-town-board-or-committee/

 

4th of July Parade

Message from the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce

This Sudbury tradition has been run by the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce for decades, and it is with great disappointment we are announcing that the 2020 4th of July Parade is CANCELLED due to the Covid-19 global pandemic.

After much discussion, the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and the Parade Committee have decided that this is the right thing to do.  Bottom line is this is a public health decision.  Large scale crowds and social distancing will be near impossible to avoid.  Our main priority is to keep the parade participants and attendee’s safe.

We want to thank everyone for understanding and we look forward to a bigger and better parade in 2021.

-Sudbury Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors & Sudbury Fourth of July Parade Committee

 

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