The Native American Days Parade make its way through downtown Parker Oct. 6, starting at Joshua Avenue and 18th Street and disbanding at the Parker Community/ Senior Center. The parade was held in conjunction with the 46th Annual Colorado River Indian Tribes’ Native American Days Fair & Expo, which was held at Manataba Park.

The parade featured celebrations of native culture, as well as floats and bands from schools and area service organizations. The Grand Marshalls were the CRIT Fire Department. The theme was “The Spirit of Volunteerism.”

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