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Children work on an Aboriginal-Inspired Community Mural Painting in which they paint from a different perspective as they work together on a mural placed on the ground in the traditional Aboriginal manner.

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Rick Kelly, of Toledo, tries a deep-fried chocolate chip cookie at the food court area. It was "different", and "really good", but he likes the deep-fried Oreos more.

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Takyah Atkins, 10, left, friend Maciela House, 10, and Takyah's sister Talyssa Atkins, 6, paint.

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Young Women of Excellence make their presence felt in the parade.

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Mountain Mentors, one of the many groups in the King Carnival parade, come down Bancroft.

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The King Carnival parade comes down Bancroft.

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Any Wednesday members ride in harmony and in style.

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Any Wednesday members riding in style.

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The King Carnival parade comes down Bancroft street in Toledo's Old West End neighborhood.

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The King Carnival parade comes down Bancroft street in Toledo's Old West End neighborhood.

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Jaymond Palacio holds his one and a half-year-old son Caleb Palacio as they both move to the sounds of the Scott High School marching band passing by.

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Muddy riding in the parade.

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Toledo City Council President Paula Hicks-Hudson, center, waves to the crowd along Bancroft Street.

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Queen Sancha is Sara Skow, left, and King Wamba is Marc Folk for this year's Old West End festival.

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The King Carnival parade comes down Bancroft street in Toledo's Old West End neighborhood.

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The King Carnival parade comes down Bancroft street in Toledo's Old West End neighborhood.

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Queen Sancha is Sara Skow, left, and King Wamba is Marc Folk for this year's Old West End festival.

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Wanda Butts, grand marshall of the parade, is the founder of The Josh Project.

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Parade chairperson Jeni Belt riding in the parade along Bancroft Street.

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Sam Weimer, 4, of Sylvania, responds to the Detroit Marching Party Band as he is pushed past the performers by his grandmother, Peg Fiegelise, of Tiffin.

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Antha Ann, left, Alex Pritchard, and Taylor Kozak, all of Detroit swing and squat as they and other members of the Detroit Party Marching Band bring sound and style to the Glass City.

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The King Carnival parade, coming down Bancroft Street in Toledo's Old West End neighborhood.

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Liz Stutzman, of Dayton, and owner/designer of Vintageliz, handmade leather accessories & handbags, left, sizes a bracelet for Rick Besgrove, of Oregon.

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The JJ Express, one of the many groups in the King Carnival parade.

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Greg Justus, of Maumee, working on an acrylic painting next to his tent in the art fair area of the festival.

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Jaymond Palacio holds his one and a half-year-old son Caleb Palacio as they both move to the sounds of the Scott High School marching band passing by.

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