Local residents won’t miss a minute of the Ridgefield Park 4th of July Parade when Time Warner Cable broadcasts the Independence Day celebration live on cable for the second year in a row. Local Time Warner Cable viewers will experience the entire parade on Channel 10 beginning at 11:30 a.m. Highlights from the Parade can also be viewed beginning July 7th on New Jersey On Demand, Channel 1111, a free service to Time Warner Cable Digital customers in New Jersey.
Founded in 1894, this patriotic event, one of the oldest celebrations of its kind in the United States, is the oldest parade in New Jersey. Led by Grand Marshal Harry Graves, Sr., local community organizations, youth and sporting associations, bands and performers will march down Main Street in Ridgefield Park in front of cheering spectators.
Time Warner Cable has been a proud participant in this tradition for the last fifteen years. Employees will escort the company’s festive float along the parade route. The company’s 2008 float will feature Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants.
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