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Boston 375
A Celebration of Boston's 375th Birthday

We look forward to your participation in the Boston 375 Grand Finale Parade on Sunday, September 25, 1pm. As you know, the parade will go from Copley Square to City Hall, on Boylston and Tremont Streets.

Mayor Thomas M. Menino is pleased to announce Boston 375, a celebration of Boston's 375th birthday. The celebration program will run for a period of 4 months from May through September. During this time, related events will take place in every neighborhood of the city and several major signature events are planned to celebrate the city's remarkable history.

Boston 375 provides the city the opportunity to showcase its richness and diversity, highlight successful cultural programs, and develop lasting legacies benefiting future generations.

Sept 23 and Sept 25 - 375 Anniversary celebrations


Saturday Sept 10 - Boston Arts Festival


Erika Algarin (from left), Virginia Sterling, and Leiska Algarin prepared yesterday to dance with their group, D'Horizon, at the Caribbean Carnival in Franklin Park in Boston.
(Globe Staff Photo / Dominic Chavez) courtesy Boston Globe Online