Krew parades down Independence Avenue for Carnival Season!


Bryan Stalder

Northeast News

In anticipation of Mardi Gras, Northeast resident Roger MacBride hosted the tenth annual KdNO celebration of Carnival, which included a march that started at the Byers Mansion, and marched down Independence Boulevard to Benton, and back.

If you were driving down Independence Avenue at 9:PM on Saturday evening, you may have caught part of it!

 

 

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