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A Wacky Warren, Vermont Tradition

Editor’s note: This is an updated version of an earlier post.

As one of the only states to form a republic before statehood in 1791, Vermont has an unusual take on independence. We Vermonters love it, revere it, and celebrate it like we’re still our own little country squeezed between the Yorkers (New York) to the west and the Yankees (New Hampshire) to the east.

And there’s no better example of celebrating that spirit of independence than the Warren 4th of July Parade that takes place right outside our door every year (well, almost; remember 2020?).

This year’s parade theme is State of the Union, apropos, we think, given the state of affairs across our country.

Inn guests will have a front row seat to all the fun from the rockers and Adirondack chairs on our front porch, cheering the assorted players, from school kids to politicians to the grand marshal (TBD last time we checked the Chamber website). In short, you won’t want to miss the excitement. 

Also, our friends across Main Street at the Warren Store will be doing their part to celebrate with an ice cream cart and music following the parade from their upper porch.

You don’t want to miss this. There are still a few rooms at the inn available.