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Men dressed up in traditional Scottish attire
Army enlistment tents
Image taken at the parade during the 42nd annual Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend
Many different varieties of dogs were well represented in the parade. Here are a few all dressed up and ready to go.
Every year The Campagna Center hosts the Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend; this year was in partnership with The Scottish Government.
A group of young rugby athletes played their way through the parade.
Every year The Campagna Center hosts the Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend
Frosty the Snowman dancing
The crowd was surprised to see Nessie had traveled a long way to participate in the parade.
Santa's Frosty's Follies performers wave farewell to the audience
Crowd lined up along Saint Asaph Street waiting for the parade in Old Town Alexandria
A group of bagpipe players prepare to play their next song
A classic Pontiac car drives down Saint Asaph Street.
Santa's reindeer arrive in Alexandria
Santa appeared in the parade's finale. Mrs. Claus was in a separate car to the left
Visitors stop and chat with members of the First Virginia Regiment and enjoy a beverage
Annual parade during the Scottish Christmas Walk weekend
Rudolph waves to the audience at Alexandria's Market Square
Frosty's Follies performers smile towards the audience
The crowd enjoyed the bagpipe music as marchers came down the first street of the parade that came through Old Town Alexandria this past weekend
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