1. Head on up to High Rock Tower at 6pm for the annual reading of Frederick Douglass’ speech: “The Meaning of July 4th for the Negro.” Bring a picnic. Bring the kids. In addition, there will be pony rides, music, a tour of the famous tower and you can stay for a great view of the fireworks. The event is sponsored by Mass Humanities and the New Lynn Coalition. See calendar event page for more details.
2. Lois Lane and the Daily Planets will start playing at Red Rock Park at 7pm, also kicking off Friends of Lynn & Nahant Beach’s annual concert series.
Ocean Street from New Ocean to Lynn Shore Drive will be closed to traffic at 6:30pm. Lynn Shore Drive will close to traffic from Nahant Street to Humphrey Street at 7:30pm.
3. Fireworks begin 9pm. Streets will reopen to traffic once cleared of pedestrians.
100th Annual Pine Hill Civic Association 4th of July Parade & Celebration. You read that right.100th.
- 8:15AM Parade Registration: Corner of Lovers Leap Ave. & Bellevue Rd.
- 9:00AM Parade to the Park: PARADE ROUTE: Bellevue Rd., Pine Rd., Woodlawn Street, Tapley St. to Gallagher Park. Every child in costumes receives $1.
- The parade ends at Gallagher Park where cash prices will be awarded to the winners in each of the following categories:
PATRIOTIC, HISTORIC, HORRIBLES, ORIGINAL, DOLL CARRIAGES, BEAUTIFUL/ HANDSOME, BICYCLES / SCOOTERS, GENERAL, FLOATS, MINI FLOATS
“The fun will continue with races and games for children of all ages. Petting zoo, pony rides and water fun!
Winners of the Christopher E. Spagnoli, Robert Erickson & John Holland Memorial Scholarships will be awarded.
We would like to remind ALL participants that the parade is for the children. No motorized vehicles will be allowed in the parade. The children’s safety is our #1 concern.”