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Arlington's Patriots Day parade stepped off at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 14, beginning at Brattle Street and ending at Walgreens in East Arlington. The hourlong parade in seldom-sunny and chilly weather featured a full showing from the Shriners, clowns, bands and other local favorites., April 15: Battle of Lexington draws crowd, April 11: Patriotic events

Dawes, Revere gallop through

The Lancers’ reenactment of Paul Revere's and William Dawes’ historic rides with a stop by Arlington Town Hall.

All were invited to greet Paul Revere and William Dawes at Town Hall on Monday, April 15, between noon and 1 p.m. 

There were food and games for children. Children can make posters welcoming the Patriots to Arlington.

Selectman Joe Curro read "The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere."

It's lots of fun to see the Patriots and greet them. If their horses aren't too tired, children can pet them, too.  All wished them a safe and pleasant trip on to Lexington and their final routes.

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See the Arlington Historical Society's website for more information about our varied offerings for Patriots Day. weekend.

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