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Patriots’ Day 2021 is right around the corner! Even though this year’s celebrations are mostly virtual, there is still plenty of fun to be had from the comfort of your home.

Make sure to tune in at 12:30pm on Monday, April 19th for the Patriots’ Day virtual parade with Jim Shaw and Colleen Smith. Along with their coverage of the parade, there will be a special introduction by local poet Regie Gibson, and the winners of this year’s Minuteman Cane, White Tricorne Hat and Youth Commission awards will be announced.

We will also honor notable Lexingtonian Dan Fenn, who died last year, with a rebroadcast of Fenn’s talk “What Really Happened That Day” at 11am.

If you miss something in the schedule, don’t worry – the entire day of programming will repeat after the parade concludes.

There are two ways you can watch:

  1. Tune into LPTV on RCN 3/HD613, Comcast 8, Verizon 35.
  2. Watch live on our website.

The Town Celebrations Committee has also put together a number of celebratory events that you can participate in safety; see them at

5:50am: Final Reading Paul Revere Poem
6:00am: Patriots’ Day 2019 Battle Green Reenactment
6:45am: Parkers Revenge
7:00am: The Old Guard
7:20am: Make-A-Wish with John McConnell
7:30am: Lexington Historical Society Virtual Tour – Munroe Tavern
7:45am: LexGo Patriots’ Day 2011
8:30am: Lexington Historical Society Virtual Tour – Buckman Tavern
8:50am: LexGo Patriots’ Day 2012
9:40am: Lexington Historical Society Virtual Tour – Hancock-Clarke House
10:05am: Lexington Historical Society – In Their Own Words
11:00am: “What Really Happened That Day?” with Dan Fenn
11:45am: Hancock Chuch 2021 Handbell Medley
12:15pm: Patriots Day Paul Revere Arrives
12:30pm: Patriots’ Day 2021 with Jim Shaw and Colleen Smith *special intro by Regie Gibson*

  • Kerry Brandin

    Not everyone knows that Patriots Day is Monday, April 19 this year. You should have the date April 19 somewhere in the copy above.

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