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  • Staff photo by Lance Booth


    The Merrimack High FIRST Robotic Team shoots water while they ride in the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
  • Staff photo by Michael Cleveland

    A float created by the Peace Alliance of New Hampshire passes the reviewing stand during the annual Amherst July 4 parade on Wednesday. The float won "Most Original." Despite an early morning rain, hundreds of people turned out and lined the streets leading to the Green. The rain stopped about two hours before the prade stepped off at 10 a.m.
  • Staff photo by Michael Cleveland

    Uncle Sam and others attending the Amherst July 4 parade on Wednesday listen as Cara Whitehead sings "Proud to be an American" on the Village Green after the parade ended. Despite an early morning rain, hundreds of people turned out and lined the streets leading to the Green. The rain stopped about two hours before the prade stepped off at 10 a.m.
  • Correspondent photo by Bruce Preston

    Ava Costello, 9, and Amaya Jeffreys check collect candy during the 4th of July parade held yesterday in Brookline.


  • Correspondent photo by Bruce Preston

    Robert Iodice of Brookline waves a large flag during the 4th of July parade held yesterday in Brookline.


  • Correspondent photo by Bruce Preston

    Grace Fefsenden, 2, of Brookline, watches the 4th of July parade held yesterday in Brookline.


  • File photo by Bruce Preston


    Sarah Mace, 9, of Brookline, has a clear message as she gets ready to participate in the 4th of July parad in Brookline.
  • Correspondent photo by Bruce Preston

    Nathan Bairstow, 5, of Brookline, watches the in the 4th of July parade held yesterday in Brookline.


  • Correspondent photo by Bruce Preston

    Chase Daughty, 1, of Brookline, watches the in the 4th of July parade held yesterday in Brookline with “Oscar”.


  • Correspondent photo by Bruce Preston

    Gwen Balboni, 6, of Brookline gets ready to participate in the 4th of July parade held yesterday in Brookline.


  • Correspondent photo by Bruce Preston

    Caitlin Ross of Brookline performs with the Brookline Marching Band during the 4th of July parade held yesterday.




  • Correspondent photo by Bruce Preston

    Molly Wilson of Mason rides on her horse, “Lucas”, in the 4th of July parade held yesterday in Brookline.




  • Staff photo by Lance Booth


    A Man waves an American flag while riding in the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
  • Staff photo by Lance Booth


    Stephanie Langlois tosses a flag while marching in the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
  • File Lance Booth


    Chrissy Ryan, 14, of Merrimack, twirls a baton for Broadway Bound in the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade.
  • Staff photo by Lance Booth


    Joey Turner, 9, of Merrimack, shoots people with water as they march in the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
  • Staff photo by Lance Booth


    A couple sits a motorcycle before driving in the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
  • Staff photo by Lance Booth


    Allen Welch, of Hancock, lines up before the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
  • Staff photo by Lance Booth


    Robbie Sauders, of Nottingham, waits to perform with the Hibernians Pipe and Drum Band during the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2012.
  • Staff photo by Lance Booth


    Amelia Pinkerton, 7, of Wilton, rides a bike at the Merrimack Fourth of July Parade on Wednesday, July 4, 2012. Pinkerton is following the tradition of her family being in the parade.
Thursday, July 5, 2012

Amherst, Merrimack, Brookline celebrate July 4 with parades

Amherst, Merrimack and Brookline kicked off the day with Fourth of July parades.

Brookline was holding its holiday fireworks display at 7 p.m. at the Max Cohen Grove, 3 Mason Road. Donations were being taken. Merrimack’s fireworks were to begin at dusk at the high school.

Amherst had its fireworks celebration July 3.