From buccaneers to belly dancers, Kent Cornucopia parade had it all: Slide Show

The sun was shining and a cool wind was blowing July 11 for the Kent Cornucopia Days' annual tradition: the Grande Parade. This year's parade had everything from Seafair pirates to politicians, drill teams to marching bands. It wound its way from Willis Street, Fourth Avenue and Ramsay Way in downtown Kent, attracting hundreds of onlookers.

  • BY Wire Service
  • Sunday, July 11, 2010 10:26pm
  • Life
A Seafair Pirate takes aim at Sunday's Kent Cornucopia Grande Parade. He was part of a band of buccaneers creating mayhem at the annual Kent spectacle.

A Seafair Pirate takes aim at Sunday's Kent Cornucopia Grande Parade. He was part of a band of buccaneers creating mayhem at the annual Kent spectacle.

The sun was shining and a cool wind was blowing July 11 for the Kent Cornucopia Days' annual tradition: the Grande Parade. This year's parade had everything from Seafair pirates to politicians, drill teams to marching bands. It wound its way from Willis Street, Fourth Avenue and Ramsay Way in downtown Kent, attracting hundreds of onlookers.


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