The Muskegon community came out in full force for the 23rd annual West Michigan United Labor Day Parade on Monday, Sept. 3, when residents lined downtown streets to watch local unions, nonprofits, community organizations, and others march in honor of the holiday that pays tribute to American workers.
The parade kicked off at 11am at the intersection of 4th Street and Western Avenue, and marchers progressed down Western Avenue to Jefferson Street, where they headed to Clay Avenue. After walking along Clay Avenue, marchers joined a crowd that filled Hackley Park for a post-parade celebration.
The Hackley Park festivities included food trucks, bounce houses, arts and crafts, live music, and more.
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