The Fourth of July can only mean one thing in Staten Island — the Travis Parade.
Since 1911, patriots have marched down Victory Boulevard in the community’s Independence Day parade.
That tradition continues this July 4, when flags will wave and music will fill the boulevard from Cannon Avenue to Glen Street.
And it wouldn’t be the Travis march without the contest for the most-patriotic homes.
Travis Parade, beginning at PS 26 (4108 Victory Blvd. at Melvin Avenue in Travis), July 4 at noon. For info, visit www.travis
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