The Edgartown Fourth of July parade and fireworks show are back after a two-year pause. The select board unanimously approved the annual rite of summer at its meeting Monday.

Parade grand marshal Joe Sollitto came before the board to present the plan for next week. The parade will begin at 5 p.m. on Monday with participants gathering at the Edgartown School before making their way down Main street. Fireworks will light up the sky around 9 p.m.

“Sounds like we’re ready Joe, thank you,” selectwoman Margaret Serpa said.

The board approved a number of other events as part of the weekend of festivities. The board of trade will have a raffle in the mini park on Main street. The board of trade will also host the Vineyard Sound a cappella group to sing the national anthem at the newly raised Memorial Wharf, which will wrap up construction in the coming days.

“At the end of the day that’s it, we’re pretty much finished. A month past schedule but still done before the fourth, which was our ultimate goal,” town administrator James Hagerty.

A group of students from the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School will set up a booth on Monday at the Yellow House Park to sell food, drinks and high school memorabilia.

“It’s nice to be back after two years,” Mr. Sollitto said.