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Slideshow: Neighborhood Fourth of July Parade
While Austin doesn’t hold a citywide Fourth of July parade, it’s somewhat of a tradition for individual neighborhoods to hold their own Independence Day celebrations.
KUT News traveled to the Delwood II neighborhood July 4th parade this morning. It’s the 50th annual parade the neighbors have held (which they claim makes it the longest running neighborhood parade in the city.)
You can view a slideshow of the festivities from this morning, shot by KUT News' Joy Diaz.
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