The third annual WillardFest parade makes its way through Willard Square in South Portland on July 13, capping three hours that celebrated neighborhood food, unique crafts, exhibits, and activities for all ages.
Henry Bernard, 2, sports a chocolate-covered face generously provided by Sweet Marguerites at WillardFest in South Portand. Chocolatier Marguerite Swoboda, right, comes to the rescue with a roll of paper towels.
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