Hometown Days Parade
A member of Infiniti Martial Arts shows off his routine to a cheering crowd.
A group of kids react to the New Glarus Fire Department's ladder cart and climb show.
The parade features all sides of Verona, with a tractor leading the way up the hill on West Verona Avenue.
A group of boys scrambles for candy thrown in front of them on the street.
The patriotic stilt walkers returned again for this year's parade.
Mr. Bubbles made many in the crowd smile as he drove along the parade route in a truck that blew bubbles.
Members of the local American Legion wave to the crowd on Paoli Street near the beginning of the parade.
Verona Police Sgt. Matt Dart organized a goodbye for officer Michael Haack, who was taking part in his last Hometown Days parade and driving the trail car.
A member of the Verona Area Girls Softball Association joins her teammates in handing out candy.
A bubble-blowing clown on a scooter got plenty of attention from kids along the parade route.
A Verona Boy Scout hands out candy along West Verona Avenue.
A member of the New Glarus Fire Department waves to the crowd after he finishes a ladder climb near the corner of Paoli and Main streets.
The cast of the upcoming Verona Area Community Theater show "Mary Poppins" waves to the crowd.
Veronans packed the streets Sunday afternoon to watch fire trucks, stilt walkers, dancers and more parade through downtown for the annual Hometown Days parade.
A young parade marcher with Heartland Credit Union tosses some candy to nearby children.
Jace, 2, left, Kyle, 4, center and father Ray Ozols head home after watching the parade.
Hometown Days Kids Run
Kids run down the hill on West Verona Avenue during the fun run that precedes the parade.