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Harry Burrington, of Sylvania, takes a closer look at one of the decked out cars on display.

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Scott High School marching band member Onereya Kimble, 16, joined her fellow band members in marching.

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This year's King Wamba and Queen Sancha, or Dave and Lynn LaPlante, center, presided over the parade during the Old West End Festival.

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Rubin, 6, left, and his mother Ruby Madison, of the Old West End, donned matching hats and sat in their wagon together as the parade rolled by.

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Kyle Scwartz, or Lord Yosef as he styles himself, center, joined other members from the local chapter of the Society for Creative Anachronism in marching.

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Members of the Imagine Clay Avenue Community School Drill Team, including Tyaisia Barnett, 12, left, Devon Wilkes, 11, center, and Bryajah Walker, 14, right, investigate a sculpture of Baru the saltwater crocodile on the Toledo Zoo's float before the group marched in this year's Old West End Festival parade.

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Ashely Blohm, of the Old West End, center seated, joined her neighbors and friends in watching the parade.

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Chris Tracey, left, and Joshua Specht, 17, right, stood by as Josiah Olan, 17, center, tested out his bubble wand before the group joined the other Mountain Mentors in marching.

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Streamers trail from the back of a classic car set to participate in the parade.

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This year's parade proceeded down Collingwood Ave. during the Old West End Festival.

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The dining room of the Edward D. Libbey House was included as part of a tour of the historic home.

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Elenna, 13, left, and her mother Natasha Close, of West Toledo, center, inspect jewelry together at a booth where Susan Maxson, right, is helping tend.

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Barb Roose, of the Old West End, center, took a closer look at the dining room while on a tour of the Edward D. Libbey House.

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Old West End residents Kelly Tomlinson, left, and her daughter Norah, 5, watch the parade go by with the rest of their family.

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Jeremy Atkins, of North Toledo, carried his son Jeremiah, 2, as the pair marched with the Toledo Public Schools float.

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Friends Samantha Bigioni, 9, left, and Elena Allred, 9, right, take a closer look at some jewelry.

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Ann West, of Bellevue, takes a look at an old London taxi while another car is reflected in its windows during the Antique & Classic Car Show sponsored by Bentley of Troy.

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A peach Ford Thunderbird was on display during the Antique & Classic Car Show sponsored by Bentley of Troy.

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Visitors were led up the grand staircase during tours of the Edward D. Libbey House.

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Jeanene Perkins served as the house captain during public tours of the Edward D. Libbey House.

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Visitors take in the grand staircase off of the main entrance while on a tour of the Edward D. Libbey House.

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Visitors line up to take tours of the Edward D. Libbey House.

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Greg Justus, of Maumee, works on a painting near his booth at the art fair portion of this year's Old West End Festival.

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