Greenville

Loud and proud

Residents come out for an annual one-of-a-kind celebration of independence

  • One "Christmas in July" themed float at the Greenville Pots and Pans midnight parade on July 4 featured a Statue of Liberty holding a Christmas tree in place of her traditional torch, and a festive Santa hat.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    One "Christmas in July" themed float at the Greenville Pots and Pans midnight parade on July 4 featured a Statue of Liberty holding a Christmas tree in place of her traditional torch, and a festive Santa hat.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Allie Joslin, left, Bruce Brown and Jaki Brown, all of Peterborough, bang their pots during the Greenville Pots and Pans parade. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Allie Joslin, left, Bruce Brown and Jaki Brown, all of Peterborough, bang their pots during the Greenville Pots and Pans parade.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Andy Mackey of Greenville rides high on his "Christmas in July" float, which included a trailer featuring Santa Clause and a Charlie Brown Christmas tree. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Andy Mackey of Greenville rides high on his "Christmas in July" float, which included a trailer featuring Santa Clause and a Charlie Brown Christmas tree.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3 and July 4, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3 and July 4, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Jim Landry of Greenville stands next to his classic car, which he later drove through the Greenville Pots and Pans Parade on July 3. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Jim Landry of Greenville stands next to his classic car, which he later drove through the Greenville Pots and Pans Parade on July 3.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Joel Vaillencourt drives with his wife and son in Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Joel Vaillencourt drives with his wife and son in Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Britney Bishop, 8, Zoie Nickerson, 8, Tatiana Hernendez, 8 and Breeana Bishop, 6, all of Greenville play with sparklers and glow sticks on the town field on July 3, in anticipation of Greenville's annual fireworks display and parade.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Britney Bishop, 8, Zoie Nickerson, 8, Tatiana Hernendez, 8 and Breeana Bishop, 6, all of Greenville play with sparklers and glow sticks on the town field on July 3, in anticipation of Greenville's annual fireworks display and parade.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Tom and Nennie Gallagher of Greenville enjoy the festivities in Greenville before driving their "Boston Strong" truck in the Greenville Pots and Pans Parade. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Tom and Nennie Gallagher of Greenville enjoy the festivities in Greenville before driving their "Boston Strong" truck in the Greenville Pots and Pans Parade.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Sisters Avery McClain, 11, and Amelia McClain, 8, of Greenville were bedecked with glowsticks during Greenville's Fourth of July celebrations.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Sisters Avery McClain, 11, and Amelia McClain, 8, of Greenville were bedecked with glowsticks during Greenville's Fourth of July celebrations.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Joe Nolte of Peterborough, an employee of Ben's Sugar Shack, makes cotton candy for residents at the Greenville town field on July 3.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Joe Nolte of Peterborough, an employee of Ben's Sugar Shack, makes cotton candy for residents at the Greenville town field on July 3.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Benjamen Allison of Greenville wears a multitude of glowsticks during Greenville's July 4 celebrations.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Benjamen Allison of Greenville wears a multitude of glowsticks during Greenville's July 4 celebrations.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Best friends Emma Mittleider, 11, of Greenville and Amber Angrove, 11, of New Ipswich, enjoy some ice cream, while waiting for fireworks to start at Greenville's town field on July 3. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Best friends Emma Mittleider, 11, of Greenville and Amber Angrove, 11, of New Ipswich, enjoy some ice cream, while waiting for fireworks to start at Greenville's town field on July 3.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans Parade and fireworks on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans Parade and fireworks on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Jaki Brown, Bruce Brown, Allie Joslin, Anna Cronin and Pieter Hollenbay, all of Peterborough, bang their pots and pans during Greenville's annual parade.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Jaki Brown, Bruce Brown, Allie Joslin, Anna Cronin and Pieter Hollenbay, all of Peterborough, bang their pots and pans during Greenville's annual parade.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans Parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th. Residents banging pan lids and pots led the charge down Main Street at the beginning of the parade.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans Parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th. Residents banging pan lids and pots led the charge down Main Street at the beginning of the parade.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • One "Christmas in July" themed float at the Greenville Pots and Pans midnight parade on July 4 featured a Statue of Liberty holding a Christmas tree in place of her traditional torch, and a festive Santa hat.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    One "Christmas in July" themed float at the Greenville Pots and Pans midnight parade on July 4 featured a Statue of Liberty holding a Christmas tree in place of her traditional torch, and a festive Santa hat.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Greenville's Fire Engine 1 led a multitude of fire trucks that added their sirens to the general din of the annual Greenville Pots and Pans Parade at midnight on July 4. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Greenville's Fire Engine 1 led a multitude of fire trucks that added their sirens to the general din of the annual Greenville Pots and Pans Parade at midnight on July 4.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

    Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.

    (Staff photo by Ashley Saari) Purchase photo reprints at Photo Finder »

  • One "Christmas in July" themed float at the Greenville Pots and Pans midnight parade on July 4 featured a Statue of Liberty holding a Christmas tree in place of her traditional torch, and a festive Santa hat.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Allie Joslin, left, Bruce Brown and Jaki Brown, all of Peterborough, bang their pots during the Greenville Pots and Pans parade. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Andy Mackey of Greenville rides high on his "Christmas in July" float, which included a trailer featuring Santa Clause and a Charlie Brown Christmas tree. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3 and July 4, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Jim Landry of Greenville stands next to his classic car, which he later drove through the Greenville Pots and Pans Parade on July 3. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Joel Vaillencourt drives with his wife and son in Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Britney Bishop, 8, Zoie Nickerson, 8, Tatiana Hernendez, 8 and Breeana Bishop, 6, all of Greenville play with sparklers and glow sticks on the town field on July 3, in anticipation of Greenville's annual fireworks display and parade.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Tom and Nennie Gallagher of Greenville enjoy the festivities in Greenville before driving their "Boston Strong" truck in the Greenville Pots and Pans Parade. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Sisters Avery McClain, 11, and Amelia McClain, 8, of Greenville were bedecked with glowsticks during Greenville's Fourth of July celebrations.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Joe Nolte of Peterborough, an employee of Ben's Sugar Shack, makes cotton candy for residents at the Greenville town field on July 3.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Benjamen Allison of Greenville wears a multitude of glowsticks during Greenville's July 4 celebrations.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Best friends Emma Mittleider, 11, of Greenville and Amber Angrove, 11, of New Ipswich, enjoy some ice cream, while waiting for fireworks to start at Greenville's town field on July 3. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans Parade and fireworks on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Jaki Brown, Bruce Brown, Allie Joslin, Anna Cronin and Pieter Hollenbay, all of Peterborough, bang their pots and pans during Greenville's annual parade.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans Parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th. Residents banging pan lids and pots led the charge down Main Street at the beginning of the parade.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • One "Christmas in July" themed float at the Greenville Pots and Pans midnight parade on July 4 featured a Statue of Liberty holding a Christmas tree in place of her traditional torch, and a festive Santa hat.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Greenville's Fire Engine 1 led a multitude of fire trucks that added their sirens to the general din of the annual Greenville Pots and Pans Parade at midnight on July 4. <br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)
  • Hundreds of residents turned out for Greenville's annual Pots and Pans parade on July 3, with the parade beginning at midnight on the 4th.<br/><br/>(Staff photo by Ashley Saari)

Residents come out for an annual one-of-a-kind celebration of independence.

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