BOXBOROUGH – Police Chief Warren B. Ryder and Fire Chief Paul Fillebrown Jr. are pleased to invite Boxborough residents to join them and the Boxborough Regency Hotel in celebration at the Spring Bunny Drive Parade.
“We want our community members to have the opportunity to come together and join us in celebration at the Spring Bunny Drive Parade,” said Chief Ryder. “We encourage friends and family to observe along our parade route while maintaining a safe social distance. We hope to see everyone there!”
Saturday, April 11 at 10 a.m.
The parade will have a rain date of Sunday, April 12 at 10 a.m.
The parade route will begin at the Regency Hotel, 242 Adams Pl.
- Adams Place to Massachusetts Avenue West;
- Left on Codman Hill Road, loop through the Codman Apartment lot, then right on Codman Hill Road;
- Cross Massachusetts Avenue towards Swanson Court, then through the parking lot onto Spencer Road;
- Left on Swanson Road and left on Massachusetts Avenue;
- Left into Paddock Estates then left onto Massachusetts Avenue;
- Left on Hill Road, right on Middle Road and left on Depot Road;
- Left on Library Square Road, left on Hill Road, left on Picnic Street and left on Middle Road;
- Cross Massachusetts Avenue to Stow Road, left on Richardson Road;
- Left on Flagg Hill Road, left on Summer Road and cross onto Pine Hill Road;
- Right onto Burroughs Road, right onto Massachusetts Avenue and left on Library Square Road;
- Right on Reed Farm Road and turn around at cul-de-sac, then right onto Library Square Road;
- Right on Sargent Road, left on Littlefield Road, left on Depot Road and left on Library Square Road;
- Right on Massachusetts Avenue, left on Burroughs Road West and right onto Old Harvard Road;
- Left on Burroughs Road and left on Massachusetts Avenue;
- The parade will end with a left onto Adams Place.
The non-secular bunny will be escorted throughout the Town of Boxborough by the Police and Fire Departments to spread goodwill and cheer.
Residents are encouraged to wave and cheer as the bunny passes, but are asked to abide by social distancing guidelines. Residents should maintain a six-foot distance from others outside of their households and should remain in their yards if they live on the parade route. For residents gathering in public lots, the police and fire departments ask that they also keep a six-foot distance between their cars and while walking along the parade route.
This is a free event, and all are welcome.