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4th July Parade
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The United States of America Independence Day parade is held on the 4th of July. Almost everyone comes out to show their support to the local community. The parade moves up Main ST, Brattleboro Vermont. 

Copyright: Don Manion
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Tags: 4th of july parade; outdoors; main street; red white blue; united states of america independence day parade; us patriotism
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