Photos from the 2012 Labor Day Parade in Janesville.
Members of the local Elk's Lodge and other Wisconsin Elks work to prepare their trailer for the Labor Day Parade in Janesville.
Alexis Oveira takes shade under an umbrella while watching the parade come down Milwaukee Avenue.
Both the Craig and Parker marching bands made an appearance at the parade with a snare drummer here setting the tempo for the Craig Marching Band.
The Craig High School Band made their way down the street in lock step.
A big wheel cyclist from the Shriners waves to the crowd along Milwaukee Street.
Members of the Janesville Hockey Club rollerblade down Milwaukee Street as a part of the Labor Day Parade.
Members of the New Glarus fire department wow the crowd as they reach new heights, free-climbing a ladder supported only by other firefighters.
Emma Risum of Janesville searches the ground for candy thrown out by people on floats at the Labor Day Parade.
The Janesville Performing Arts Association made the corner from Milwaukee to Main Street playing the classic "Girl From Impanema".
Oriental-style umbrellas were a big hit among attendees of the parade, with street vendors selling these hot commodities fast.
The Parker Marching band was the first high school to make their way down the parade route, setting the tone for all musical acts that followed.
The Fife and Drum corps of Janesville was one of the leading groups in the parade, with three young brothers bringing up the front of the regiment.
Members of the local VFW march down Main Street under the Labor Day Parade sign.
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