It takes a certain amount of dedication and love of horses to pack up a team or two of furry equines along with a carriage or sleigh and do a parade during February in Minnesota. Thankfully there are still plenty of folks who enjoy such an endeavor, as well as spectators who love to watch the annual Kenyon Carriage & Cutter Parade.
This Saturday the hitches will start out at the Foldcraft parking lot at 1:30 p.m. and work their way north on Red Wing Avenue. The parade will turn west and proceed on Third Street, and then turn north on State Street to go past the Sunset Home. Turning east onto Second Street, the horses will go past the businesses and be announced before hooking up with Hwy. 56 and heading back to the Foldcraft lot to unhitch.
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