Mayor Trish Herrera Spencer and Husband Joel rode the parade route in a vintage stepside pickup. Photo by Adam Gillitt
Parade Grand Marshal Jim Sweeney rode shotgun in the Wells Fargo stagecoach. Photo by Kevin Francis Barrett
Rancho El Fortunado took home the parade's highest honor: the Mayor's Trophy. Photo by Kevin Francis Barrett
Rancho El Fortunado by Eric J. Kos
Equestrians by Adam Gillitt
The Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter marched with their famous red white and blue doggy. Photo by JoanAnn Radu Sinaiko
Vintage decorated pickup plying the route. Photo by JoanAnn Radu Sinaiko
The Ghostbusters hearse was presented by Alameda Theater & Cineplex and Greer Family Mortuary. Photo by JoanAnn Radu-Sinaiko
Alameda's Pride Float. Photo by Adam Gillitt
Alamedans marched in protest of gun violence. This in answer to typical NRA float which didn't appear this year due to an illness. Photo by Adam Gillitt.
Equestrians in teal by Kevin Francis Barrett
Mark Betz as Charlie Chaplin. Photo by Kevin Francis Barrett
Those old timey penny farthings made an appearance. Photo by Kevin Francis Barrett.
Photo by Kevin Francis Barrett
Spectators mass along Park Street. Photo by Mike Lano.
Photo by JoanAnn Radu Sinaiko
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