Posts Tagged ‘bath heritage days’

Every once and awhile, MP goes through old photos and is reminded of a great event. Such is the case with the colorful, wonderfully quirky July 4th parade in Bath. We visited during the summer of 2013, and even though it was a hot, sweaty morning, our whole family just loved everything about this festive, community-powered parade.





The parade takes place this year on Tuesday, July 4 at 10 a.m. and is part of a town wide celebration called Bath Heritage Days. The event features a carnival, live music and more great activities the whole family can enjoy (the Kids’ Day on July 3 is especially fun for little ones). FMI and parade details, visit here.

Happy fourth, friends!

PS: A favorite ice cream shop in Bath.

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Team Cute Potato has guests in town this weekend, including a little guy, so we’re working our activities around his afternoon nap. That’s why we’re loving the sound of Kids’ Day in Bath (part of the city’s Heritage Days). This early morning event is dedicated to crafting, face painting and games under a big tent.

Kids’ Day Crafts in Bath


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