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Kiwanis Kiddie Parade participants are judged in six categories — wagons, bicycles, scooters, strollers, walkers and groups. Winners are selected based on which entries best display creativity and enthusiasm in representing the Fourth of July theme. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo
Kiwanis Kiddie Parade participants are judged in six categories — wagons, bicycles, scooters, strollers, walkers and groups. Winners are selected based on which entries best display creativity and enthusiasm in representing the Fourth of July theme. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo
Kiwanis Kiddie Parade participants are judged in six categories — wagons, bicycles, scooters, strollers, walkers and groups. Winners are selected based on which entries best display creativity and enthusiasm in representing the Fourth of July theme. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo
Fireworks light up the night sky over Community Park. This year's 20-minute aerial display will begin at about 9:40 p.m. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo
Red, white and blue is the uniform of the day at the annual Kiwanis Kiddie Parade, which this year has a new route, to accommodate a change in route for the Criterium bike races. Parade participants will gather on Third Street between A Street and University Avenue for judging beginning at 9:30 a.m., then march, pedal or be pulled to nearby Central Park for the awards ceremony and refreshments. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise file photo

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