Join us at the July 4th Parade in Sudbury

Sudbury’s July 4th parade is coming soon.  Let’s celebrate our major achievements: completion of the BFRT in Westford, Carlisle, and Acton, near completion of the rail trail in Concord as well as having state and federal funds approved for construction of the Sudbury section of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail.  Show our continuing support for the BFRT by riding your bike (or walking) in the July 4th parade.  http://sudbury.org/parade/       parade@subury.org

The BFRT group will gather in Chiswick Park off of Union Ave. Roads will start to close around 12:45 pm, so come early. Coming by bicycle would make it easier to navigate the roads both before and after the parade.  The official start of the parade is 1 pm.

If you have a yellow BFRT T-shirt, please wear it.  T-shirts will be given out to anyone one who doesn’t have a yellow BFRT T-shirt.  If you are walking, you will be given a BFRT cap.

Let’s show the Town that we are anxious for the completion of the BFRT.

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Download a Phase 1 & 2A Trail Map with Parking Information here (PDF) Phase 1 (6.8 miles) in Lowell, Chelmsford, and Westford and Phase 2A (4.9 miles) in Westford, Carlisle, and Acton are open.

Download a Phase 2C Trail Map (PDF) Note: Phase 2C in Concord is not complete. For safety purposes, using the trail is prohibited until construction is completed.

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