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100th Anniversary Procession for St. Agrippina’s Feast is a Historic Celebration [Photos]

It was a grand procession fitting for the historic 100th Anniversary of the Saint Agrippina di Mineo Feast! Held all day on Sunday, August 4th in Boston’s North End, the procession and feast ended with the traditional “Tug of War” (the back half won again) and the “Dance of 20 Men” to cheers from the grateful crowd. Enjoy these images below from the centennial milestone of this longstanding tradition. Also, see photos from the earlier parts of the weekend at the St. Agrippina’s Feast. Lastly, at the very end of this post, watch the musical hilarity when the St. Agrippina’s Feast procession visited the Fisherman’s Club.

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Check out the short video below showing the musical hilarity when the St. Agrippina’s Feast procession visited the Fisherman’s Club.

Photos by Matt Conti.

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