Durham's May Day Parade draws a crowd

About a thousand people came out to celebrate community today in Durham.

Posted: May 11, 2019 9:48 PM

Durham, Calif. -- Today, a tradition more than 100 years in the making: the annual May Day Parade.

Marching bands, classic cars, tractors, and floats filled the streets.

The girl scouts, member of the FFA and the volunteer fire department all marched proudly in front of a crowd of about a thousand people.

Miss Gold Nugget came out too to represent the community on the ridge.

The whole event was followed by a picnic in Durham Park.

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