A flag is carried at the parade. Photo by Mark LePage.
‘Charlotte’s Web’ came alive at the annual Fourth of July parade in Norwood on Thursday. The Breezy Maples Farm, Massena, displayed a farm float with Fern, her pig Wilbur and Charlotte the spider, based on a children’s classic book. NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.
Children of all ages, dressed in patriotic garb, pose for a group photo after marching on Cottage Street in Colton in the ‘Children’s July 4th Parade.' Photo by Shauna Gall.
Fireworks lit up the sky July 4 in Norwood. Photo by Tim Donahue.
The Brockville Pipes perform. Photo by Mark LePage.
Hannawa Falls Fire Department members. Photo by Mark LePage.
Red Knights Chapter 35 and Norfolk American Legion Riders. Photo by Mark LePage.
Norwood Brass Firemen march and play music. Photo by Mark LePage.
Decked out in red, white and blue stars and stripes was Merriman’ patriotic float at Norwood’s annual Fourth of July parade Thursday. The float paid tribute to those who have served in our country’s military both past and present. NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.
Parade Grand Marshal Olive Haggett rides in the parade. Photo by Mark LePage.
Norwood's annual Fourth of July parade would not be the same without the Norwood Brass Fireman playing their tunes to the delight of hundreds of people in attendance. NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.
Picking strawberries at Martin’s Farmstand, Potsdam, on Indepencence Day are Colton residents, from left, Jason Montroy, Greyson Montroy, Stacy Narrow and Charlotte Montroy. NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.
A patriotic man entertains the crowd. Photo by Mark LePage.
North Country Shriners rides bikes, vehicles and more. Photo by Mark LePage.
A spectacular fireworks show was held in Norwood to celebrate Independence Day, said Marina and Ben Smith of Thousand Words Photography of Canton. This photo was taken from the Village Green.
Firefighters from Waddington march proudly. Photo by Mark LePage.
Hundreds lined the streets of Norwood Thursday to watch the annual Fourth of July parade. The ‘Toy Story’ float by the Hometown Café was eye catching, as well as musical. NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.
A large United States flag is carried near the start of the Fourth of July parade in Norwood Thursday. Hundreds of spectators lined the street to watch the annual parade. NCNow photo by Cheryl Shumway.
SLC sheriff candidate Brooks Bigwarfe marches. Photo by Mark LePage.
The Tupper Lake Veterans Honor Guard participated. Photo by Mark LePage.
Members of Waddington Fire Department marched in Norwood’s July 4th parade. These 3 members happen to be cousins. From left Kody Sharlow, Sean Mcgee and Kevin Sharlow. The photographer did not wished to be identified.
Many floats, fire departments, military and others marched in the July 4 parade in downtown Norwood on Thursday. Thousands of people attended the parade.
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