Hingham's Fourth of July
Countdown to the 2015 Parade!
A special thank you to Laura Sinclair who photographed
and created the slideshow.
Note: The parade will be held rain or shine. There is no rain date.
Documents & Forms:
2015 Hingham July 4th Parade: Salute to our Veterans
Parade Date: Saturday, July 4, 2015 at 10:00 AM
TBA - Fireworks over Hingham Harbor sponsored by the Lions Club
Saturday, July 4th, 7:00 AM - Road Race sponsored by the Hingham Recreation Department
Saturday, July 4th, 10:00 AM - The Parade! This year's theme is "Salute to our Veterans"
Hingham Voted "Best unknown Fourth of July celebrations" by Lonely Planet
2011: "Nothing may be more American this year than the celebration in Hingham, sweet wee Hingham, which also is celebrating its 375th birthday this year..." (Read More)
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS
On parade day, there will be no parking on the following streets between 6am and 3pm.
- North Street from Station Street to Main Street.
- Station Street "In area of Hingham Sewer Dept. building"
- Main Street from the Square to Cold Corner
- Spring Street
- School Street
- Pleasant Street from Main Street to School St
- Middle Street
Parade will start at 10:00 AM from the Hingham High School on Pleasant St., travel East on Pleasant St., turn left onto Middle St. and will head North on Main St. to Hingham Square. Parade will turn right onto North St. and finish at Station St. at approximately 11:15 AM.
Rt. 228 will detour from 9:30 AM until approximately 11:30 AM.
South bound Rt. 228 traffic on East St. will detour left onto Spring St., straight onto School St. right onto Pleasant St., left onto Union St., right onto Free St., left onto Main Street Rt. 228. End of detour.
North bound Rt. 228 traffic will turn right onto Free St., left onto Union St., right onto Pleasant St., left onto School to Spring St. and right onto East St. Rt. 228. End of detour.
Pleasant St. will only be used for parade personnel. Drop offs will not be allowed and there will be no through traffic. Large floats will be parking on the southerly side of Pleasant Street, with overflow floats directed to Haley Field for staging.
Here are just a few photos to show the amazing work and fun that goes in to the Hingham 4th of July Parade!
|7th Regiment Band
||2014 Grand Marshall Tom Hoffman
|Parade Button Design Winner
||Thank you again to all of our Sponsors!