TOWN PREPARES FOR CABOT’S JULY 4TH CELEBRATION & PARADE
Annual event begins at 8:00 am on Monday, July 4th, 2022
[Cabot, VT] The Annual 4th of July Celebration in Cabot, Vt returns this year on Monday, July 4, 2022. While the exact date of its origin in unknown, Cabot’s proud tradition of celebrating Independence Day started more than 50 years ago, and features the Cabot 4th of July Parade stepping off at 11 am.
Other activities held throughout the Cabot village on VT Route 215 include:
Calling all parade entries!
The parade, organized by the Cabot Fire Department, will include the usual array of entries including the giant puppets, horses, tractors, fire trucks and emergency rigs, musical performers, Cabot residents of note and more. Parade line up begins at 10:00 am.
There is no need to pre-register to participate in the parade, but all participants are required to fill out the parade participation form. Parade rules and registration forms are available to download at www.cabotvermont.org or on site the morning of the parade.
Community judges will score parade entries to award five $50 cash prizes to the entries chosen in the following categories - Cheesiest, most Agricultural, most Historic, most Patriotic and Judge’s Choice.
The parade starts south of the village and takes the traditional route north on Main Street through the village of Cabot. Parade viewers may sit anywhere along the parade route that is not restricted; you are encouraged to bring your own lawn chair.
We are still accepting registrations for vendors. Business, candidate and food vendors are welcome. The fee is $30 businesses/ $15 non-profits.
The Cabot 4th of July Committee is a group of dedicated volunteers and business owners organized with support from the Cabot Community Association and funded through donations and sponsorships. The Cabot 4th of July Celebration would not occur without the support of The Town of Cabot.
Updated information will be posted on www.cabotvermont.org and our Facebook event page at "Cabot, VT July 4th Celebration."