Pagan Parade

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Slidell-Bossier SATURDAY: Feb 11 Krewe of Bilge Krewe of Poseidon Krewe of Mona Lisa and MoonPie SUNDAY: Feb 12 Krewe of Slidellians Krewe of Perseus SUNDAY: Feb 19 Krewe of Paws Krewe of Titans SATURDAY: Feb 18 Krewe of Claude Krewe of Dionysus FRIDAY: Feb 24 Krewe of Selene New Orleans FRIDAY: Jan 6 Krewe of Joan of Arc Phunny Phorty Phellows SATURDAY: Feb 11 Krewe du Vieux Krewe Delusion SUNDAY: Feb 17 Krewe of Cork Krewe of Oshun Krewe of Cleopatra SATURDAY: Feb 18 Krewe of Pontchartrain Krewe of Choctaw Krewe of Freret Krewe of Sparta Krewe of Pygmalion SUNDAY: Feb 19 Krewe of Femme Fatale Krewe of Carrollton…
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Add A Parade to Your Holiday Traditions

During the holiday season, my family usually connect over turkey dinner, black Friday deals, the final Christmas rush, and wishful thoughts of snow. But, little did we know, somewhere in America people were enjoying the sound of music and family-fun floats in a parade. Being from Louisiana, we think about these events only during Mardi Gras. Now, we can enjoy one of our favorite pass times during one of the joyous parts of the year. Here are just a few parades that a well known throughout the U.S. Florida Citrus Parade (Orlando, FL) To celebrate the holidays and two annual college football bowl games (the Russell Athletic Bowl and the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl),…
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Parades of the World

Mardi Gras, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade, and the Tournament of Roses are all famous carnival celebrations in America that bring us cheer and celebration. They are among the many that happen each year in the U.S. But, lets take a look at the world stage and see what other countries have just as much fun with these festive events as we do. New Zealand: The Farmers Santa Parade Santa is surely arriving to city in style because large numbers of people are anticipated to attend the yearly farmers Santa parade. Since 1934, this parade kicks off the grand festival Christmas time with live marching music bands, colorful floats and big…
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Mardi Gras: Celebrating New Orleans Culture

This period is marked by celebration, parades and feasting. The parades are held during mid-February. Each day of this fortnight sees more than one extravagant, colorful and joyous parade. In the closing days of the carnival, the number of parades that sets off every day increases. The parades are an occasion for family and friends to dress up bizarre, decorate parade trucks together and enjoy the fantastic carnival. People participating in the parades wear extensive masks and disguises. Parade disguises have evolved over the decades to reflect modern tastes and cultural trends. Mostly, they are members of Krewes, which are clubs that specialize in masking and parading on Mardi Gras.…
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