Bristol unmasks a celebration — the 2020 Parade in Pictures

Photos by Richard W Dionne Jr
Posted 7/4/20

In the least traditional of years, Bristol held to its time-honored tradition of honoring America's Independence Day in grand style. The Fourth of July Parade was earlier, shorter and quicker than in …

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Bristol unmasks a celebration — the 2020 Parade in Pictures

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In the least traditional of years, Bristol held to its time-honored tradition of honoring America's Independence Day in grand style. The Fourth of July Parade was earlier, shorter and quicker than in anyone's memory, but it still drew a crowd to downtown Bristol Saturday morning.

Enjoy these photos from Saturday's untraditional, mostly masked Fourth of July celebration.

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