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2004 Roslindale Day Parade

The annual Roslindale Day Parade is a chance to catch up with your neighbors, listen to bagpipers and marching bands, watch all sorts of dancers and, if you're a kid, see just how much candy you can get from people tossing it from floats.

There are always a number of military and American Legion-type groups:

And, of course, plenty of bagpipers and marching bands:

A drop of blood pleads for help:

What would a parade be without politicians? Suffolk County Sheriff Andrea Cabral waves to the assembled throngs:

An Italian general, I think, surveys the scene:

Punk on parade:

Beware the sharks:

Shrek-like creature gets hugged:

This boy waved at almost all the floats:

Who said stretch limos are a recent innovation?

The end of the parade:



Hey! I marched in the parade today! It was such a total blast. I can't believe I had never been to it before!

Posted by cubegirl on October 3, 2004 09:14 PM

This is the parade that we went miles on end and carlos had that white truck

Posted by mike on March 14, 2005 04:27 PM

you should put estrellas tropicals dance group you should see them they are great

Posted by rose on September 26, 2005 08:58 PM

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