The 40th Old Port Festival brought tens of thousands of people downtown on Sunday, June 9. The festival, the traditional kick-off of summer in Portland, got underway with a parade along Exchange Street, including this colorful character.
At the Old Port Festival on Sunday, Rich Hirschmann, from Rock Lobster Co., explains the store's hundreds of varieties of hot sauce to Casey Murray and Allie Mills, both of South Portland.
Meg Perry and her sons, of Cumberland, enjoy the Old Port Festival parade from convenient seats.
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