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slides: A Look at Oxford’s 300 Year History

Friday, July 06, 2012

 

Used with permission from Oxford300.com

Oxford is kicking off a yearlong celebration in anticipation of the town's 300th Anniversary on Sunday, July 8th, beginning at noon.  The parade steps off the curb at Oxford High and travels to Joslin Park.  

Following the parade there are food, games and a chicken barbeque at the bandstand, with dancers from the Starz, Aspire and Boucher Dance Studios performing.  Animal Adventures and Mik's Magic will also take the stage.  

The town has a long, eventful history and has worked to preserve its historical landmarks. In addition, Oxford has been the birthplace or residence of several noteworthy individuals. Check out these slides to get a  glimpse of Oxford’s proud history. 

For more informatio about the year of celebration, click here.

 

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