Southborough celebrates 48th Heritage Day


Southborough celebrates 48th Heritage Day
Select Board members Lisa Braccio and Chelsea Malinowski wave as they walk in the parade. (Photo/Laura Hayes

SOUTHBOROUGH – Community members lined Main Street for the Heritage Day parade, waving as local first responders, politicians running for office and local organizations marched by.

This year, the grand marshal of Heritage Day was Bea Ginga, who is the caretaker of the Southborough Community House.

“I’m honored,” she said. “Not only is it exciting, but I am so honored to be chosen,” Ginga said.

St. Mark’s field was buzzing with activity as people wandered amongst the vendors and kids played on an inflatable obstacle course and bouncy house.

Meanwhile, Ginga waved from the back of a car as the parade passed by the Southborough Community House.


Southborough’s Heritage Day celebration returns for 47th year

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