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Marlborough Labor Day Holiday Parade
Marlborough Labor Day Holiday Parade- Monday, September 6, 2010
[Contact:  Ed Thurber, (508) 485-4599.]

Mayor Nancy Stevens, Parade Director Ed Thurber, and Recreation Director David Grasso are pleased to announce that the 59th annual Marlborough Labor Day Holiday Parade will step off at 12:00 Noon on September 6, 2010.  Roads along/adjacent to the parade route will close at 11:00 a.m.  Please observe posted parking restrictions.  

“With a well established reputation for excellence, we are proud that the Marlborough parade will continue to be one of New England’s premiere events.  It is a day for families, friends, neighbors and the entire community,” said Mayor Nancy Stevens.  “It is a wonderful example of people coming together to share in our city’s heritage and traditions.”

“A 350th Anniversary Celebration” is this year’s theme.  This year marks Marlborough’s 350th year since its incorporation as a town. The parade will focus on the events of importance that have taken place in the growth of, first our town, now our city.

The parade will follow the traditional route. Starting on Lincoln St. at Pleasant St., the parade heads west on Lincoln, turning south on Broad St., east on West Main continuing onto Main St, then south on Maple St., ending between John and Harvard Streets.

For more information, please visit http://www.marlborough350.org