Comox Rotary had a lively entry. Photo by Terry Farrell

PHOTOS: Comox Nautical Days Parade

The weather was perfect for the annual Comox Nautical Days Parade, as Comox Avenue was lined with parade watchers, cheering on dozens of entries, Monday, Aug. 5, 2019.

Here is a photo gallery of the parade.

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Toastmasters entry. Photo by Terry Farrell

The Brick House Betties showed off their roller derby moves. Photo by Terry Farrell

Happy clowns! Photo by Terry Farrell

The Comox Valley Geek Society had an entry into the annual Comox Nautical Days Parade Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

More Comox Valley Geek Society members. Photo by Terry Farrell

Lots of classic cars were in the parade. . Photo by Terry Farrell

The Knights of Columbus had a float. Photo by Terry Farrell

Cumberland Mayor Leslie Baird waves to the crowd at the annual Comox Nautical Days, Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

Courtenay-Comox MLA Ronna-Rae Leonard was on hand at the Comox Nautical Days Parade Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

Couns. Pat McKenna and Maureen Swift at the annual Comox Nautical Days Parade Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Mayor Russ Arnott was all decked out in his finest pirate gear for the annual Comox Nautical Days Parade Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Valley Shrine Club No. 5. Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Cadet Flying Training Centre Photo by Terry Farrell

Comox Cadet Flying Training Centre. Photo by Terry Farrell

Bird’s eye view for the annual Comox Nautical Days Parade, Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

One group enjoyed the parade in classy fashion, with a brunch, and front-row seats. The annual Comox Nautical Days Parade took place Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

Royal Canadian Naval Association was well represented. Photo by Terry Farrell

The Legion always has a float in the parade. Photo by Terry Farrell

Every parade needs a pipe band. The annual Comox Nautical Days Parade took place Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

The annual Comox Nautical Days Parade took place Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

The annual Comox Nautical Days Parade took place Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

North Island-Powell River MP Rachel Blaney had a very special guest with her - NDP party leader Jagmeet Singh marched in the parade. The annual Comox Nautical Days Parade took place Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

NDP party leader Jagmeet Singh marched in the parade. The annual Comox Nautical Days Parade took place Aug. 5, 2019. Photo by Terry Farrell

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