Though most households across America are watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thanksgiving morning, a local parade with a lot of history is an option on the SouthCoast as well.

America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration Parade marches through the streets of Plymouth each year and thousands watch it live from their homes Thanksgiving morning on WCVB.

Of course plenty of people make the trip to see the parade live as well and this year you can join in that fun on Saturday, November 18 from 10 A.M. through noon.

This year there will be four new floats joining the parade the highlights moments in American history.

If you have never been to America's Hometown Thanksgiving Celebration Parade before, it is definitely unique.

It's the only historically accurate parade the highlights the country's history in chronological order. Floats begin in the 17th century with the first Thanksgiving and get more and more modern as the parade goes on.

This year a "Price of Freedom" float that salutes our veterans, Gold Star families and those who've sacrificed for our country is being added to the order. Along with a Boston Tea Party float that will mark the 250th anniversary of the famous December 16, 1773 event.

Also joining the parade for 2023 is a "Four Freedoms" float that will bring Norman Rockwell paintings to life and a PT-109 float is recognition of the 80th anniversary of JFK's actions on the night of August 1, 1943.

All the new floats fit with this year's parade theme "The Price of Freedom" and can be seen in downtown Plymouth on November 18.

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