Jacqueline Hondro leads the Oswego High School Marching Buccaneers down Bridge Street.
This young lady enjoys a rainbow sno-cone as she watches the Independence Day Parade roll past at West Eighth and Bridge streets.
Re-enactors from Oswego’s historic Fort Ontario participated in the 4th of July parade; a reminder of the important role this area played in the roots of this nation.
Bella found a cool patch of shade in East Part to view the parade. The puppy said she enjoyed it, even if her humans wouldn’t let her chase any of the police cars or fire trucks.
Characters from the Renaissance Faire paraded through the Port City on Sunday afternoon.
Members of the Towpath Volunteers Fife & Drum Corps from Macedon salute the crowd with a volley of musket fire.
The Oswego High School Marching Buccaneers color guard displays its talents as they march in the parade.
Some of the Oz Roller Girls skate to greet a group of young fans along the parade route.
A trio of young ladies saunters along the parade route on horseback.
Members of the Oswego Fire Department march down Bridge Street ahead of some of their fire trucks.
The Oswego YMCA’s bookmobile is helping the Oswego City School District in its mission to Drive Books Home this summer.
A member of the Oswego Shriners motor patrol waves to the crowd as he scoots past.
The local Boy Scouts participate in Oswego's 4th of July parade.
Towpath Volunteers Fife & Drum Corps march through the heat.
People crowd into East Park in anticipation of the arrival of the parade.
The CNY Police and Fire Band’s drum major twirls her baton as she leads the group down East Bridge Street.