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4th of July Events in the Mt. Washington Valley


The Independence Day of the United States is quickly approaching and the Mt. Washington Valley has many ways for you to celebrate! The towns of Bartlett, Gorham,  and Conway as well as Fryeburg, Maine are putting on 4th of July Celebrations.

Town of Bartlett 4th of July Celebration

The Annual Hellen Hayes Memorial 4th of July Parade will start at 11am and there will be a BBQ and live music following the parade at noon. For more information, visit http://www.townofbartlettnh.org/.

Town of Conway 4th of July Celebration 

The Town of Conway 4th of July Parade  will start at 1pm, with activities at Schouler Park in North Conway beginning at 3:45pm. The community is welcome to enjoy food, music, and fireworks, beginning at 9:30pm. For more information, visit http://conwaynh.org/.

Town of Gorham 4th of July Celebration

Gorham rings in the holiday with New Hampshire’s longest 4th of July celebration, an event that spans four days over the July 4 weekend. The celebration promises hours of fun, food, and merriment, including parades, music, amusements, and a classic car show, topped off with a brilliant and memorable firework display.  Times and schedule TBA. For more information, visit http://www.gorhamnh.org/Pages/index.

Town of Fryeburg, Maine 4th of July Celebration

The Town of Fryeburg’s 4th of July Parade will start at 10am. For more information, visit www.fryeburgrec.com.

Happy 4th from everyone at the Mount Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce!


Helpers Needed for Fryeburg’s Fouth of July Parade


Your Help is Needed! Fryeburg Fourth of July Children’s Parade


Would you (or someone you know) be willing to volunteer to help us with the 4th of July celebration.
Please look at the list of needs below and contact us to volunteer.
This is a great community day and we need your help.

> • Morning set up in Bradley Park.
We need 3-4 volunteers to meet at park at 7:30am to help set up tents, tables, etc
> • Parade line up
Someone to work with Jean Andrews to get parade on the road. Meet at Academy main parking lot at 9:00am
> • Parade Judges (3)
• Pie Contest Judges (3)
• Popcorn Host to make, scoop, and hand out popcorn
• Bouncy House – we need help to set up, attend, and break down
> • Facepainter (s)

> Please consider helping by getting the word out to people you know and/or by volunteering yourself.

Contact Jean Andrews at frogalley@fairpoint.net


Fryeburg’s Fourth Of July Children’s Parade



As the Town of Fryeburg prepares to celebrate 250 years, we are searching for participants of all ages to

join the celebration by joining us for the Town of Fryeburg, Fourth of July, Children’s Parade! This annual

event kicks off the summer season in Fryeburg with the highly anticipated parade and activities in Bradley

Park. The Parade will be held on Thursday, July 4, 2013 and begins at 10:00 a.m. sharp (9:30 a.m. line up)

at the Main Building of Fryeburg Academy and proceeds down Main Street to Bradley Park.

We encouraged youth groups, organizations, businesses, and individuals to use your imagination and creativity

and join us as we March, Ride and Roll down Main Street in honor of our Nation’s Birthday and

Fryeburg’s 250th Celebration. We have a wonderful community in Fryeburg, let’s show some spirit and

make this event one for the history books!

Join us immediately after the Parade, as the celebration continues in Bradley Park with free entertainment

including: music, interactive play, prizes and contests. Volunteers are needed for a few hours to set-up and

tear down and to be available to lend a helping hand during the festivities.

There will be prizes for the best parade participants and who could forget the Patriotic Pie contest! Open

to all ages, this is an opportunity to express your patriotism with pastry. Only one pie per person allowed,

amateur bakers only and pre-entry is necessary.

If you would like to help with this event, please contact Katie Malia, 207-935-8946; klmalia@hotmail.com

or Jean Andrews, 207-925-1163; frogalley@fairpoint.net.