300th Town Parade

Saturday, September 6, 2014, at 10 A.M.

King Street from New Estate Road to King and Ayer Road was closed starting at 8:00 am. King Street was completely closed from the Westford Line to Ayer Road starting at 9:00 a.m. Parking with Shuttle service was provided from The Point Marketplace located on Constitution Drive.

Shuttle Service started at 7:30 a.m. and stopped at 1 p.m. to and from the Common. Shuttle service resumed at 5:00 p.m. through 10:00 p.m. for transport to Nashoba Ski Area for the Fireworks. Parking was available at the Middle and Russell Streets Schools. There was no Shuttle service from this location.

Channels 8 and 38 carried local cable updates.

Have a great 300th!

The Parade committee planned an exciting parade involving over 100 floats, bands, military units, and more! Littleton Police and Fire, and many other groups worked hard alongside our committee to plan a blockbuster parade!

The community to SIGNED UP and got involved!

We thank everyone who participated in the Town Parade! With your help, everything went smoothly! Volunteers (high school and adult) worked at the staging area, carried banners in the parade itself, and worked along the route and at the end of the parade.

For many Littleton students, volunteering for the parade counted toward community service hours for school!

It was also time for our citizens to show their Littleton pride. Homes and businesses along the route were part of the show, because parade participants and spectators from all over New England and the USA visited our town. It was a great excuse to spruce up our yards and roadsides and make sure that sidewalks were clear and free of overgrowth and poison ivy. Littletonians decked out their homes and businesses in red, white and blue for the Parade Weekend!

The parade route (King Street from St Anne’s to IBM) was closed from 9:30 a.m. until half an hour after the parade ended. The route was accessible to foot traffic only during that time. It was  Littleton’s biggest parade yet!

Parade Order

  • Police Motorcycle Escort
  • Police and Fire Color Guard
  • Officials and Politicians
  • Littleton MA High School Band
  • Littleton 300 General Committee
  • Parade Marshalls
  • Massachusetts State Police Bagpipe Band
  • Littleton Council on Aging
  • Littleton Historical Society
  • Reuben Hoar Library
  • Colonial Navy of Massachusetts
  • 6th Middlesex Regiment
  • Veterans – American Legion Post 249
  • Veterans – VFW Post 6556 and Others
  • Waltham American Legion Band
  • Wachusett Brewing Company
  • Plastic Bag Busters
  • Firehouse Dixie
  • Littleton Cub Scout Pack 21
  • Littleton Cub Scout Pack 22
  • Littleton Boy Scouts of America
  • Venturing Crew 486
  • Woodland String Band MUMMERS
  • The Scouting Spirit Museum
  • Littleton Girl Scouts\Brownies\Daisys
  • Irish American Police Officers Associations Pipes and Drums
  • St Anne Roman Catholic Church
  • Cars – Group 01
  • Tahattawan Lodge – Masons
  • Acton Boxborough Regional High School Marching Band
  • Acton Minutemen
  • Aleppo Shrine Clowns
  • Cars – Group 02
  • Littleton CO High School Lion Pride Marching Band
  • Cars – Group 03
  • Middlesex Savings Bank
  • Committee to Elect Dennis Galvin
  • University of Mass. Lowell Marching Band
  • Cars – Group 04
  • Groton Minutemen Co
  • William Diamond Junior Fife and Drum Corps
  • Littleton Lyceum
  • Wool & Withers Farm
  • Cars – Group 05
  • Greyhound Friends, Inc
  • 4-H Carrot Crusaders
  • Littleton Regional Hack & Tack 4-H Club
  • Boston Windjammers
  • First Church Unitarian, Littleton
  • Lexington Minute Men
  • Cars – Group 06
  • King’s Own 4th Foot Regiment
  • Stuart Highlanders
  • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
  • Wofford For Congress
  • Worcester Brass Band
  • Cars – Group 07
  • Oak Meadow Montessori School
  • Lincoln Minutemen
  • Littleton Town Democratic Committee
  • Concord Independent Battery
  • Worcester County Shrine Club
  • Middlesex County Volunteers Fifes and Drums
  • Friends of Hannah Dodge
  • Massachusetts Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)
  • Mass Society Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard – MASSAR
  • Eloquence Dance Centre
  • Cars – Group 08
  • Nutrition Plus
  • 28th Mass. Vol. Inf. Reg’t
  • 7th Massachusetts Regiment
  • Cars – Group 09
  • Knights of Kaleva 38 Salon Maja
  • Spirit of America Fife and Drum Corps
  • Keller Williams Boston NW
  • Cars – Group 10
  • Colors of India – Indians In Littleton and Beyond
  • SEALOEarth
  • Hunter Appliance
  • National Lancers of Massachusetts
  • FIBA Technologies
  • First Baptist Church
  • Digital Federal Credit Union Mobile Bank
  • Hobos Dixie
  • Cars – Group 11
  • Littleton Horse Owners Association
  • Congregational Church of Littleton
  • United States Postal Service
  • Westford Academy Marching Band
  • Oscar Meyer Weiner Mobile
  • Clowning for Kidz Foundation
  • Chelmsford Community Band
  • Rotary Club of Littleton
  • Cars – Group 12
  • Brian Boru Pipe Band
  • Littleton Lumber
  • Cars – Group 13
  • The Cycling Murrays
  • Narragansett Regional High School Marching Band
  • The Learning Experience
  • PNV Short Bus
  • Cars – Group 14
  • Boston Firemen’s Band
  • U.S. Submarine Veterans – Marblehead Base
  • United States Air Force
  • Collings Foundation
  • The Reminisants
  • Cars – Group 15
  • TA-DAH! Studio of Dance
  • The Cannon Theatre
  • Excelsior Drum & Bugle Corp
  • 12th Georgia Vol. Infantry Civil War
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • Cataldo’s
  • Committee to Elect Michael A. Sullivan
  • Parade Committee
  • Badger Funeral Homes


Cars and Special Units


For inquiries about the 300th Town Parade please contact John F. Boroski