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Neither rain nor heat nor gloom of COVID-19 can keep Harvard from celebrating Independence Day

Photos by Lisa Aciukewicz unless otherwise noted

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“Will it EVER start?” Aren, Hovig, and Daniel Sargent wait for the parade to start.

From left, Anthony Juliano, Henry Pierce, and Sophie Pierce play before the parade.

Donna Guarino represents Harvard’s Climate Initiative in the electric car section of the parade. (Photo by Jen Manell)

Citizens of Note Ellen and Bruce Leicher enjoy their ride down Ayer Road.

Girls Scouts Elise Knowles (left) and Isabel Pierce toss candy to the crowd. (Photo by Jen Manell)

Harvard town beach staff throw water balloons to cool off the crowd. Standing in the car from left to right are Theo Myles, Jack Babcock, and Rachael Wharton. In front of the car are Alex Myles and Julia Kimball. (Photo by Jen Manell).

Elizabeth Brown nuzzles a patriotic 10-month-old Evelyn.

Elise Baker shows off her Fourth of July hairdo.

Sagan Schak arrives at the parade prepared for the sirens.

Antiques like this Ford are always crowd pleasers.

Child in arm, state Rep. Dan Sena pauses for the camera during the parade..

Festively dressed Cormac Morgan collects candy from the parade. (Photo by Jen Manell)

Greyson Dandridge (center) collects treats during the candy scramble. (Photo by Jen Manell)

Jeremy Crochiere (left) and other “kids at heart” compete in the sack race. (Photo by Jen Manell).

Bystanders cover their ears as the fire engines pass through, sirens blaring.

Connie Woolcock hands out ice pops during the parade.

Eleven-year-old golden retriever Maggie lounges on the field in her Fourth of July attire. (Photo by Jen Manell)

Newly retired Bromfield science teacher Deb Pierce volunteers alongside Nat Beale in the Harvard Lions food tent.

Victoria Mukiibi tries her luck on the greased pole.

Dave and Miki Fitzgibbons of the Rafters perform “Proud To Be an American.” (Photo by Jen Manell)

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