Sun shines on the Azalea Festival Parade

May 25, 2013 12:08 pm

No parade is complete without a band.

Sunny skies brought out smiling faces for the 74th Azalea Festival Parade Saturday morning, a signature event of the Memorial Day Weekend in Brookings-Harbor.

Floats and fire trucks, horses and dogs, kids and hot rods filled Chetco Avenue for two hours, with thousands of people lining the street.

 

Bears were on hand for the parade.
The Azalea Festival continues for the entire weekend. Find the official schedule of events in the Saturday edition of the Curry Coastal Pilot or by clicking here.

Firetrucks lead the parade by tradition.
For the latest weather forecast for the holiday weekend, go to www.CurryPilot.com/weather.

And watch for complete coverage of the Azalea Festival in next week's editions of the Curry Coastal Pilot.

 

Red, white and blue is the color of the holiday.

The parade is a long walk for some participants.