Dildo Days in full swing today

Terry Roberts
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Published on July 20, 2014

Two-and-a-half-year-old Felicia Reid of Dildo and her mom, Cindy, walk along the parade route.

Published on July 20, 2014

Five-year-old Zoey Boone of St. John’s is accompanied by her mother, Mike, during the bicycle parade. Zoey was sporting a distinctive cat theme. The Boone’s have a summer residence in Dildo.

Published on July 20, 2014

Two-and-a-half-year-old Felicia Reid of Dildo and her mom, Cindy, walk along the parade route.

Published on July 20, 2014

Kyle Pretty, 5, borrowed Bat Man’s batmobile for Sunday’s parade, although this model was converted from a barbecue box and a battery-powered vehicle by Kyle’s dad, Deon.

Published on July 20, 2014

After the parade, participants and onlookers were treated to hot dogs and drinks, a candy toss and loot bags. Here, Melissa Smith (right) is seen squeezing ketchup onto the hot dogs of, from left, Katie Boone, Nyah Smith and Sydney Boone. Melissa is mother to Katie and Sydney.

Published on July 20, 2014

Sanda Elford (centre) of Dildo welcomed some special guests to the community. Her granddaughters, Tara (left) and Taylor Stride of Botwood, were more than just spectators during the parade. They dressed up as clowns and bolstered the community spirit that was present throughout the community.

Published on July 20, 2014

Eight-month-old Sara Higdon was enjoying her first Dildo Days festival. She is pictured here with her proud mother, Jenine. Her father’s name is Trevor. Sara is the Dildo couple’s first child.

Published on July 20, 2014

Among the special guests at Dildo on Sunday were Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Sweating beneath these costumes were 12-year-olds Erin Pretty and Chaneal Reid.

The streets and harbourfront in Dildo, Trinity Bay are alive with activity today (July 20) as Dildo Days 2014 events continue.

Early this afternoon, the popular bicycle parade took place, with dozens of young people and their family members winding their way along the waterfront to the Society of United Fishermen building parking lot.

And for the first time in many years, dory racing is expected to make a return this afternoon.

Meanwhile, here are some images from the bicycle parade.

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