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Celebrating July 4th in Malden

4th of July in Malden

On Friday July 3rd, the City of Malden began a new tradition to kick off the City’s Independence Day festivities. A reading of the May 27, 1776 document that contains the “Instructions of the Inhabitants of Malden, Massachusetts to their Representatives in Congress” was read on the lawn of the Malden Public Library by local Historian and period actor Tom Coots. Click here to read the full document.

The City of Malden also celebrates Independence Day at various parks around the city.  Each celebration is fun an exciting and offers games, activities, food and fun for the whole family.  Look below to see which one is closest to you.

Below is a brief overview of the events.  Complete details of these events can be found on our July 4th celebration information page.

Ward 4 - Hosted by Councillor James NestorCoytemore Lea ParkFriday, July 3rd 9AM-1PM
Ward 6 - Hosted by Councillor Neil KinnonTrafton ParkFriday, July 3rd 9AM-12:30PM
Reading of the 1776 Malden Document of IndependanceMalden Public Library LawnFriday, July 3rd 6-6:30PM
Wards 1 and 2 - Hosted by Councillors Peg Crowe and Steve UltrinoGreen Street ParkFriday, July 3rd 6:30PM-9:30PM
Wards 1 and 2 - Hosted by Councillors Peg Crowe and Steve UltrinoDevir ParkSaturday, July 4th 9AM-1PM
Ward 3 - Hosted by Councillor John MathesonAmerige ParkSaturday, July 4th 10AM-2PM
Ward 5 - Hosted by Councillor Barbara MurphyForestdale ParkSaturday, July 4th 9AM-1PM
Ward 7 - Hosted by Councillor Neal AndersonLincoln CommonsSaturday, July 4th 9AM-1PM
Ward 8 - Hosted by Councillor Jadeane SicaLinden ParkSaturday, July 4th 8:45AM-12PM

For more details about these events, visit our July 4th events page.

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