Kensington Parade Kicks Off Labor Day Festivities

Hundreds lined the Kensington Labor Day Parade route on Monday morning. The parade stepped off at 10 a.m. turning the corner toward Connecticut Avenue shortly after 10:30 a.m.

Local politics was well represented with Senator Chris Van Hollen, Congressman Jamie Raskin, incumbent County Executive Marc Elrich and Republican challenger Reardon Sullivan on the march. County Council candidates formed their own contingent among the high school bands and festive floats.

Post parade, the fun continued til mid-afternoon on Armory Avenue with food trucks, vendors and activities for children of all ages.

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