The America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade is an annual parade held in Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The parade, which began in 1996, is traditionally held the weekend before Thanksgiving and draws its name from the fact that Plymouth Colony was the landing point of the Pilgrims involved in the traditional “First Thanksgiving” in the early 1620s.
This parade is referred to be America’s only historically accurate chronical parade.
Unlike most Thanksgiving parades, which include giant balloons of popular characters, the America’s Hometown parade has a strict theme. Each element in the parade is based on the history of the United States and arranged in chronological order, with five divisions separated by century: the colonial period of the 1600s, the Revolutionary period of the 1700s, the Civil War and pioneer periods of the 1800s, military and automotive showcases from 1900s and 2000s, and the closing division, the last of which includes the traditional Santa Claus float.
The parade is ranked the second best Thanksgiving parade in the nation.
America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade 2017 :
In 2017, America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade will be held on Saturday, November 18, 2017.
The celebrations will begin at 10:30 am on the Plymouth Massachusetts historic waterfront with an opening ceremony featuring a variety of top-quality entertainment.
America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade 2017 Live Broadcast & Live Streaming :
Live Broadcast of the America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade 2017 will be available on PAC TV.
Live Streaming of America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade 2017 will be available on – www.pactv.org/thanksgiving–parade
Note : Once the parade takes place, we will have photos & videos of America’s Hometown Thanksgiving Parade 2017 on our website.
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