Greenwich marks 375th anniversary with parade

Greenwich residents lined the streets Sunday afternoon for a parade celebrating the 375th anniversary of the town's founding.

Greenwich residents lined the streets Sunday afternoon for a parade celebrating the 375th anniversary of the town's founding. (9/27/15)

GREENWICH - Greenwich residents lined the streets Sunday afternoon for a parade celebrating the 375th anniversary of the town's founding.

The parade kicked off at Town Hall, proceeded along the Post Road to Greenwich Avenue and ended with a patriotic ceremony at Havemeyer Field.

Officials say more than 300 people marched, including descendants of Greenwich's founding families.

Residents say they are proud to celebrate and continue their hometown's rich cultural history.

The parade was the most recent and possibly final event in a series of programs held this year to celebrate the town's anniversary.

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