Every parade needs a pipe band. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

PHOTO GALLERY: Comox BC Day Parade

Hundreds of kids of all ages lined the streets of Comox for the annual Comox BC Day Parade. Record editor Terry Farrell was there, camera in hand, to capture all the action. Here is a gallery of his favourite photos.


The Comox Legion was onhand. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

888 Komox RCAF Wing had a float. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

World’s first smart car? (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Cadets marched the parade route. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Cadets marched the parade route. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Every parade needs a clown! (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Courtenay Mayor Larry Jangula drove himself along the route. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Cumberland Mayor Leslie Baird wore her Sunday finest to the parade. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Comox Mayor Paul Ives used pedal power to cover the parade route. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Comox’s MP, Rachel Blaney was along for the ride. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Ronna-Rae Leonard rode in her first Comox BC Day Parade as an MLA. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

The Cumberland May Queen had her own car. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

The Comox Valley’s newest theatre group, Three Legged Dog Productions, was there, singing songs from their first production, Guys and Dolls. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Habitat for Humanity Vancouver Island North had a float. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

No parade is complete without Shriners on scooters. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Look ma… no hands! (Photo by Terry Farrell)

The Comox Valley Marine Search & Rescue Station 60 had a float. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

The Comox Valley Geek Society. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

A bicycle built for two. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Who wouldn’t want a free hug from a yeti? (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Streets of Comox were lined with parade enthusiasts. (Photo by Terry Farrell)

Best part of a parade? Some would say it’s the candy tossed by entrants! (Photo by Terry Farrell)

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