Fireworks postponed to July 5

A festive Fourth in Thomaston

By Kim Lincoln | Jul 04, 2014
Photo by: Kim Lincoln Folks representing the Thomaston Historical Society march in period clothing in the 4th of July parade.

Thomaston — Crowds lined Main Street in Thomaston for the annual 4th of July parade Friday morning. Clouds lingered, but the rain held off for the parade.

Carnival rides, chicken barbecue, dunk tank, children's activities and more will be held throughout the day behind the Thomaston Business Block.

Fireworks have been postponed until Saturday, July 5, at 9:15 p.m. due to the forecasted rain.

For a complete schedule of events, click here.

A unicycle duo makes their way down Main Street during the Thomaston 4th of July parade. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
"Happy Birthday America!" this clown yells to the crowd as she makes her way down the parade route. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
Emily Mahoney and the rest of the Warren Community School cheerleaders march down Thomaston's Main Street July 4. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
Thomaston Selectman Lee-Ann Upham was honored as the grand marshal during the Thomaston 4th of July parade. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
Parade-goers were asked to stand as the American Legion paraded the United States flag through town. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
A cloud of smoke fills the air after Revolutionary War reenactors fire their guns during the parade. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
Shriners participate in the Thomaston 4th of July parade. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
An antique Thomaston fire truck parades down Main Street. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
Midcoast Community Band keeps the crowd entertained. (Photo by: Kim Lincoln)
Comments (2)
Posted by: Dorothy Black | Jul 06, 2014 07:31

You should put pictures on here of every float and/or other craft that was in the parade.

Posted by: Joanne L Richards | Jul 05, 2014 16:30

Great pictures of a great parade.  Thomaston is the place to be on July 4th!!


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