Fairs & Festivals

April 26, 2009 12:00 AM

A GRAND PARADE

BRADENTON — Standing and sitting along Manatee Avenue West, thousands gathered Saturday night to watch an estimated 200 floats glide by in the area’s moving celebration of its historical roots.

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