A few thousand people gathered in downtown Detroit Sunday for the March du Nain Rouge … the annual event to march an evil imp out of the city.
Thousands came to partake in the charm that is Irish, and watch the hundreds dancing along the route in celebration of St. Patrick’s day.
Snow covered the parade floats as people, young and old, cheered the bands, celebrities and other units as they made their way down the 2.9 mile course from outside the Detroit Institute of Arts to Campus Martius.
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Members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community are talking about efforts to repeal Michigan’s gay marriage ban.
Enjoy sights and sounds from the Milford Memorial Day parade edited to a poem that defines an American and Memorial Day.
A big crowd as always for the Dearborn Memorial Day parade, one of the biggest such parades in the state.
A parade was held on Vernor with live music, horses and marchers in traditional costume.
The fourth annual Marche du Nain Rouge festival and parade celebrates Detroit’s folkloric tradition of banishing the “Nain Rouge,” or the red dwarf, who has haunted Detroit for more than 300 years.
Many Corktown businesses believe the “Luck of the Irish” is with them this weekend