Patriotism on parade for Edmonds Kind of Fourth


The streets of Edmonds turned red, white and blue Monday as thousands gathered for the Fourth of July children’s parade and main parade. More photos on Facebook.

Two girls dance to drummers practicing prior to the parade's start.
Bagpiper players, always a crowd favorite.
Bike riders decked out for the children's parade.
The Statue of Liberty gets a ride on Dad's shoulders.
Erik and Rickie from "America's Got Talent."
A unicycle rider in the children's parade
Sons of Norway Edmonds Lodge.
Sustainable Edmonds marchers spread the word about environmental protection.
Chermak Construction's parade entry was a custom dog house, featuring a dog doing tricks on the back.
Snohomish County Fire District 1 had several vehicles in the parade, including this old fire truck.
Laura Spehar, Edmonds Citizen of the Year.

2 Replies to “Patriotism on parade for Edmonds Kind of Fourth”

  1. Thank you Chamber of Commerce for putting on the great parade! Led by President, Ron Clyborne & a whole band of volunteers it turned out great. I bet the fireworks in a few hours will be terrific as well.


  2. Great day..parade and fireworks were the best in recent memory..Thx to Ron and Chamber you all pulled off an amazing 4th!


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