A parade to remember

IT’S a parade like no other and arguably the best part of the Mirboo North Arty Gras weekend.

With just about everyone involved, the conga line of community members that snaked its way through Mirboo North’s main thoroughfare on Saturday was something to see.

Mirboo North is a town that oozes ‘community’, from the smallest marcher to the biggest.

They’re a colourful crew in Mirboo North too, with Marge Simpsons on mowers, a Penny Farthing cyclists, classic car enthusiasts, anti-CSG protestors, junior actors and puppeteers, drummers, brass band members, Vikings and an assortment of other oddballs, all adding to the carnival atmosphere.

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