Welcome to West Boylston's Celebration
Thank You to our Sponsors

Menards Auto Body

Bank of America

The Banner News

Colangelo Construction

Finders Pub

Menards Auto Body

North End Motors

Dunkin Donuts

West Boylston Insurance

Baldarelli Brothers

Walmart

Commerce Bank

Fay Brothers

O'Connor's Restaurant

Emuge Corp.

The Manor Restaurant

100 FM The Pike

Classic Suites & Inns

Click here for a complete list of Sponsors
Our contacts: info@rismaka.net
Send your parade photo's
to info@rismaka.net
To all the many volunteers, the sponsors and
The Residents of West Boylston

West Boylston Bicentennial Parade
Leading the Parade Grand Parade Sponsor

Menard's Auto Body

Taken of the parade and people watching, I am trying to get a photo of every entry. I would also like some photo's
of the beginning taken at Salter Collage. Email you
photo's to me at info@rismaka.net or email and let me
know what you have,

October 2 - Committee thanks many who made weekend possible
www.weeklybanner.com
On behalf of the West Boylston Parade Committee, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the committee members and all of the volunteers and groups that helped make this past Bicentennial weekend possible. Some have been involved for many years and others assisted days before and on parade day. More >>

Festival, fire and parade cap yearlong celebration
By Michael Kane BANNER EDITOR
WEST BOYLSTON — Unofficially, the celebration of the so-called “Bicentennial Weekend” started with Friday’s high school football game and ended Monday, when many took the chance for a collective “phew.” In between, thousands visited West Boylston for the weekend full of events that included concerts, plays, a college fair, food, a parade and fireworks. And, by Monday, organizers were calling the weekend a success. More >>

Incorporated in 1808, West Boylston was created from parts of Shrewsbury, Boylston, Lancaster, Sterling and Holden. These lands had been parts of earlier grants made to the settlers of the region.

The 18th century witnessed the arrival of pioneers attracted to the area by the fertility of the soil and the opportunities for development afforded by its location at the site where the Quinapoxet River joins the Stillwater River to become the southern branch of the Nashua River. Read More >>

 

Bonfire Sept 20


Fireworks Sept 21
 

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