2014 Milford, NH Labor Day Parade

In New Hampshire, the political season starts to heat up with the annual Milford Labor Day Parade. The parade route has the perfect optics for campaign advertisements with a gazebo placed in the middle of an oval in the downtown district.
Our Governor, State Senator and Congressman are all up for re-election and all were in the attendance. It was a brutally hot day, but fun to watch
Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) waves to the crowd

Senatorial candidate Bob Smith, makes it known what he stands for

Prominent show of Union Support

New Hampshire is the place to be if you are running for President

Fancy needlework on a classic VW bug
The parade had some great vehicles to watch

This calliope is over 100 years old, what a great sound these make

VFW float

Mad Bavarian Band

Staging area for the Shaheen group. Plenty of T-Shirts


September 19th-21st The Riverbend Youth Company presents Little Shop of Horrors. Performances at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday (9/19 – 9/20) and 3:00 p.m. on Sunday (9/21).  Tickets are $12 for adults and $8 for students and seniors, available online and at the door. 

Great  Venus-Flytrap costume
They are trying to place a fan in place to cool it down a bit. It was a very hot day

Other cast members


Pipes and drums

Sea Cadets

Roma Band from North End in Boston

Cute bus


Enthusiastic Church Group

May the force be with you

These guys are awesome

Another Mad Bavarian

I guess it has begun (note the union label lower right)

Made in America (I checked)

It’s true, you know it is

This is dramatic to see

Surreal isn’t it? 
Work Hard, Still Broke
Thank a Democrat

Congresswoman Annie Kuster (D-NH) waves to the crowd


End of parade route


Almost the end of the parade


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