Thousands show up for Dairy Princess Parade in Canton
Saturday, June 1, 2019 - 8:06 pm

Fire department mascot greets Connor Hale, Russell.

Thousands of people watched the St. Lawrence County Dairy Princess Parade in downtown Canton on Saturday.

One of the many highlights was the 2019 Dairy Princess Chloe Renaud and her court.

Among other parade attractions were marchers and floats from area clubs, organizations and businesses.

In addition, there was music by the Brockville Pipe Band, Canton Goldenaires, and a marching band sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Church.

Several local politicians made an appearance in the parade.

Also appearing were many tractors, fire and rescue vehicles.

North Country Now photos by Cheryl Shumway.

 The Brockville Pipe Band performs in the Canton parade.

 The United Helpers Rehabilitation and Senior Care float was one of many floats in the parade.

The Canton High School Hockey Team Section X champions march in the parade.

Connor Hale, left, and Kirk Matthews, both from Russell, watch as one of the Canton Fire Department vehicles passes by.

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Canton brings music and color to the parade, performing “We are Family.”

The 2019 Dairy Princess Chloe Renaud and her court were featured in the parade.

Brooks Bigwarfe campaigns for St. Lawrence County Sheriff during the St. Lawrence County Dairy Princess Parade.