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The 2021 Baltimore Mayor’s Christmas Parade in Photos

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Baltimore’s Twinkling Holiday Lights

The 48th annual Baltimore Mayor’s Christmas Parade resumed this year after having been canceled, like nearly everything else, the previous year. On Sunday, December 5, streets around the Hampden and Medfield neighborhoods shut down to make way for the holiday floats, dance troupes, marching bands, adorable/terrifying enormous balloon characters, various Santas, reindeer, hot Grinches, Krampus, and the like. And the mayor, of course, and some councilmembers. Intrepid photographers E. Brady Robinson and Kenzie Barnes braved the elements (the unseasonably warm day) to capture the merry festivities. (Rebekah Kirkman)

 

Mayors Christmas Parade 2021
Mayors Christmas Parade 2021
Mayors Christmas Parade 2021
Mayors Christmas Parade 2021
Mayors Christmas Parade 2021
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