Auburn Fourth of July Festivities

Patriotic dogs seeking shelter from the heat. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
American Legion members led the Fourth of July parade in Auburn on Saturday. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Auburn Selectmen Chairman Doreen Goodrich and state Rep. Paul Frost, R-Auburn Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
State Sen. Michael Moore, D-Millbury Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Many came out to support state Sen. Michael Moore, D-Millbury. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Keeping Auburn Warm Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Auburn Selectman and state Senate candidate Steve Simonian Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Many also came out to support Senate candidate Steve Simonian. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Antique cars took over the parade. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Auburn Historical Society Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Auburn Lions Club Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
McCoy's Action Karate members got ready to show their skills. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
The American Cancer Society Relay for Life, Central South County Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Members of the McInerney School of Irish Step Dance Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Antique cars lined Lemansky Park. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Auburn Town Manager Julie Jacobson Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Firing the cannon at Lemansky Park. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Kids celebrate Auburn's Fourth of July. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
Cooking up a storm at the Fourth of July festivities. Photo Credit: Rick Sobey
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AUBURN, Mass. – Sometimes it felt like the Sahara Desert, but the scorching temperatures couldn’t prevent Auburn’s 50th Annual Independence Day Celebration on Saturday.

A parade, Civil War re-enactment, food, music, and fireworks highlighted Saturday's  all-day Fourth of July celebration at Lemansky Park.

The parade stepped off on Bryn Mawr Avenue next to Dooley’s Cleaners and went all the way to Lemansky Park. The parade included state Sen. Michael Moore, state Rep. Paul Frost, Selectmen Doreen Goodrich, Robert Grossman, Steve Simonian, and Denise Brotherton. ...
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