The colorful Durning String Band entertains the large Milton St. Patrick’s Day Parade crowd. The band, founded in 1935, is traditionally among the top 10 bands in the annual Mummers Parade in Philadelphia.
Colleen Allen of Milton has a unique wardrobe designed to hold several beverages.
Todd Allen of Milton delights the large crowd before the parade gets underway.
Krista Brazell of Long Neck is decked out in an Irish dress and stockings.
Kathyrn Favinger of Millsboro goes green with her hair and glasses.
Bill Wiesenbach of Milton gives two thumbs up from his prime-viewing seat.
Leila Catlett of Milton can’t wait for the annual Milton St. Patrick’s Parade to start.
Dover Fire Department Pipes & Drums corps marches in front of the Milton library.
Cape Henlopen High School Marching Band performs along the parade route.
Delaware State Police Pipes & Drums corps march along Union Street.
Clem LeGates’ Phoenix pops out a puff of steam. LeGates says he knows of no other steam-powered boats in Delaware.
The Durning String Band prepares to play for the large parade crowd.
Members of the Delaware Seashore Parrot Head Club “rock band” are having too much fun.
Lynn Bates joins other Milton Garden Club members as they hand out green carnations.
Members of McAleer-Paulson School of Irish Dance perform at the reviewing stand on Union Street in downtown Milton.
Rep. Steve Smyk rides high above the crowd on an Indian River Volunteer Fire Company vehicle.
American Legion Riders have a good day to show off their motorcycles.
Dylan Merritt of Seaford is all smiles under his green St. Patrick’s Day hat.