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Here are clips from the 2013 Temple Terrace Fourth of July Parade. "You're a Grand Old Flag" is performed by the King High School Marching Lions. Video credit: Ashley Reams
Alex July 5, 2013 at 04:54 pm
It was much nicer when it went down 56th to Riverhill
Bev Baker July 5, 2013 at 11:32 pm
I agree Alex. It is impossible to enjoy the parade in close quarters and the fireworks are confinedRead More to a small space.
Alex July 6, 2013 at 02:13 pm
The first year I moved here, the parade went right by my house on 56th and it was a good solidRead More parade, as the years went by, it became much more political.
Temple Terrace residents and others at last year's Independence Day parade and fireworks festivities share their favorite things about the fourth of July. Video credit: Ashley Reams
Ashley Reams June 28, 2013 at 12:34 pm
My favorite thing about the fourth of July is meeting friends and neighbors at the parade andRead More fireworks. Can't wait to see you all at this year's festivities. I plan to wear my green Patch T-shirt. If you see me, say hi!
CaptBlackEagle July 1, 2013 at 08:29 am
Parades, Fireworks, and reflecting on America. Technically we should celebrate not only the 4th ofRead More July, but also April 19th..that was the day the patriots lit up the country sides with musket, ringing bells and bonfires to warn that the Brits were out and about. We should also tar and feather a tax collector for charity sake.
Temple Terrace Fourth of July Parade-goers dress festively in red, white and blue. Photo credit: Ashley Reams
Alex June 28, 2013 at 02:02 pm
Remember when the parade went down 56th st! There sure was a lot of civic pride back then. TheRead More Baptist church have a huge picnic open the public, good times.
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