Headed to the parade
An inn en route to the parade head
City Hall...complete with the Mayor
During planning conferences, the parade was described as short and downhill. The long, rather uphill hike to the staging area wasn't mentioned! ;-)
We'd brought our banner not knowing that Historic Programs would provide this handsome one
After watching the band pass City Hall I planned to run ahead and shoot from another location. The crowd was so deep and street so narrow that I never could get around.
Just about to break formation at parade end
A closer look at the banner (photo courtesy Judy Baird)
A Concert of Peace was presented at 6pm in the church. 14 TBDBITL Alumni members comprised the first of three performing groups.
The first six numbers came from our 120 Hymns books. The last number is the hymn that provides the melody for "Carmen Ohio". What a thrill to hear it in that setting!
Most seats were taken an hour before the concert
Waiting for the program to begin
Dave thanks the audience and describes what a special day our group has had
This mile/road marker in the town square dates from Roman times. The cross is a modern addition.
Cheers and applause for Rolfe
Instruments loaded, sir!
Walking to dinner
Souvenir from Historic Programs
Yvette Renaud, Henri-Jean Renaud and Ron (photo courtesy of Judy Baird)