Junior Lilac Parade 2013
May 11, 2013 4:56 p.m. •
Middle school and elementary groups danced, played and tumbled for the audience at the annual Junior Lilac Parade Saturday, May 11 in downtown Spokane.
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Five-year-old Alyna Rikerd poses for a picture with Otto, the Spokane Indians mascot, while her mom Dawny Taylor, right, snaps the picture on Spokane Falls Boulevard before the start of the Junior Lilac Parade.
Rishahd Sims, right, keeps the Park Middle School Band, from Kennewick, Wash., in time during the Junior Lilac Parade Saturday. Band members were disheveled and wearing makeup to look like zombies while playing Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”
The color guard from the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets make a right turn from Bernard onto Main Ave. in the Junior Lilac Parade.
Musicians from Deer Park Middle School chose a retro clothing theme for them band, which marched in the Junior Lilac Parade Saturday.
Members of the Hoppy Feet Jump Rope Club from Sunrise Elementary perform on Spokane Falls Boulevard.
The color marches down Washington St. at the start of the Junior Lilac Parade.
Dakota Jackson, left, 4, gets candy from a passing youth football team at the Junior Lilac Parade.
Belma Alagic, from Sacajawea Middle School, carries the character “Nemo” on a stick at the head of her school’s band and drill team. The Sacajawea band won for best entry.
Bandmembers from Chase Middle School wear plastic leis and straw hats in keeping with the theme of “Swing into Summer” in the Junior Lilac Parade.
Members of the Inland Cheer Empire cheerleading club hoist a member into the air in the Junior Lilac Parade.
Crystal Wilson, left, a parent, uses a spray bottle to cool down a drill team member from Olympic View Middle School the Junior Lilac Parade Saturday, May 11.
Colby Corkins, 11, rides a tiny bicycle down Spokane Falls Boulevard in the Junior Lilac Parade.