The Port City’s annual parade kicked off at 1 p.m. Sunday and lasted until nearly 3 p.m.
The event had a little something for everyone, from music to a variety of vehicles and bands interspersed with several patriotic floats.
The Fulton Polish Home’s float had a patriotic flair
Members of Oswego High School’s Marching Buccaneers
Sno-cones were a popular treat along the hot parade route ……..
Some members of the Port City Roller Derby showed off their skills
The Fire and Police Band entertain the crowd
Fred Crisafulli waves to the crowd
Members of the Oswego Boxing Club show off their skills
The Towpath Fife and Drum Band performs for the crowd
Several horses braved the hot pavement to the delight of the crowd
A member of the Gouverneur High School Marching Wildcats Band hurls her baton into the air and catches it again.
The Great Rope Carry is re-enacted at the parade
The Island Band is always a crowd favorite
A firefighter in full turn-out gear greets members of the crowd
Auangeline and Ayliann Miner prepare to watch the parade
Chuck Miller drives his classic Mustang
….. even if the “cone” section was missing
The Oswego Children’s Theatre previews Shrek, the Musical