Monday, 15 September 2014

The Monhegan Island Quadricentennial Parade

Four hundred years is a looong time in America and certainly worthy of a blow out parade. Monhegan recently marked the anniversary with its take on the tradition and a little sprinkling of the homemade, arts vibe that defines the small island. Let's get started.

The retro and the future, parading along.

Captain John Smith? He's the reason for the parade. Nothing happens in Maine without lobster references.

Some firemen participated, others witnessed.

Arts were definitely featured: painting and music.

The area for speechmaking, all ready to go.

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