Attend a parade in one of Boston’s neighborhoods
Boston’s neighborhoods are bustling with pride, and they don’t hesitate to show their love for where they live at local events.
Catch the Dorchester Day Parade, which takes place every summer. The parade route is 3.2 miles.
Pictured is Will Droser, who wore a sticker labeling him the "parade guy" and walked at the start of the parade.
The Bunker Hill Day Parade in Charlestown commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill, which was fought in 1775 during the Revolutionary War.
The 13th Annual Haitian-American Unity Parade is held in Mattapan each year and celebrates the culture of Haiti with food, dancing, and music.
Check back for 2014 dates.