Photo Gallery: Fourth Of July Events

July 7, 2011

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Lots of the local towns celebrated 4th of July with a day full of events.
Reading | W. Windsor/Brownsville | Woodstock | Killington | Quechee | Barnard | Hartland | Plymouth (Coolidge) | Billings Farm

Reading Old Home Day, celebrated the 4th of July with a parade, chicken bbq, a duck race and more…
Nancy Nutile-McMememy Photos.

West Windsor / Brownsville
West Windsor / Brownsville celebrated the 4th with a day full of activities including a parade and a pie eating contest.
Nancy Nutile-McMenemey

Hartland’s Old Home Days, Parade and events of the 4th of July.
Tim Gould Photos.

Woodstock’s Big Bang
The fireworks display at Woodstock Union High School impressed the crowd who sat on blankets to watch, after an afternoon of carnival-style games and live music.
Gwen Stanley & Charlie Kahn Photo

Quechee Lakes Family Fun Day
Celebrations and Events for the fourth of July held in Quechee
Eric Francis Photos

Barnard’s Chicken & Market
Barnard celebrated the Fourth of July on Saturday with the always popular Volunteer Firemen’s Chicken BBQ and Flea Market. The crowds lined up early for first pick at the bargain-priced flea market, and the delicious chicken was all sold out before noon.
Linda Treash Photos

In The Mountains
Killington marked its 250th year as a town with a day-long celebration featuring a parade, a barbeque and a town crier.
Eric Francis Photos

Billings Farm & Museum
Celebrating Independence Day at Billings Farm and Museum, Woodstock Vermont.
Photos Courtesy of Billings Farm & Museum

Celebrating 250 Years In Plymouth
A parade celebration and memorial ceremony for Calvin Coolidge in Plymouth on the 4th.
Stephen McKay Photos

A portion of these photo first appeared in the July 8th print edtion of the Vermont Standard.
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Jesse Migrino and Victor Paterson July 9, 2011 at 3:04 pm

We really enjoyed our first July 4th parade in Brownsville. Our son, in particular, had a wonderful time. In fact, he has a picture included in the photo gallery.

Since we’re back in Canada, we can’t get a copy of the print edition. Is there any way we can find out if our son’s picture made it on the July 8th print edition? And if so, how can get one sent to us?

We loved every moment of our vacation there and hope to visit again sometime soon.

- Jesse and Victor

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