2013 July 4th Parade & Independence Day Celebration
Thursday, July 4th, 2013
Please check our Facebook page for information about upcoming Parade committee meetings and to stay up-to-date on this year's news!
July 4th is a special day in Woodstown as the entire town takes part in Salem County's biggest Independence Day celebration. While many people around the country wonder were to go to celebrate, the residents of Woodstown and Pilesgrove know that they can't do better than to stay in their little town and enjoy the festivities.
The day begins with a 5k run and a traditional parade down Main Street. Both sides of the street are lined with spectators; every home boasts a flag and every porch has homeowners, family and friends anxiously awaiting that first fire truck.
Woodstown's Annual 4th of July Parade
Photo by Ann Waterman
Soon after the parade, the afternoon air is filled with the smells of hundreds or even thousands of backyard bbq's - after which it is tradition to take an afternoon nap before heading to Marlton Park to meet with friends and enjoy the fireworks celebration at dusk.
For information about participating in our 2013 parade, contact Andrea Godshall or Dawn Rapa at email@example.com.
Make a Donation
The Woodstown 4th of July Parade is largely funded by individuals and local businesses in our community and it is only through this continued support that this unique tradition is able to continue in Woodstown.
To make a donation to the parade, send a check payable to:
Fourth of July Parade Committee, 22 Green St, Woodstown, NJ 08098
or make a secure online donation
by credit card with PayPal
What do you love about 4th of July? What is your favorite part of the parade? What could make it even better? Let us know!