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The festively decked-out Muriels, self-billed "shameless exhibitionists," brought their own brand of chic to Saturday evening’s City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade. The annual processional, which traversed from Truman Avenue at Bayview Park to Duval Street and through downtown, featured floats, marching groups and island holiday themes. For more information on holiday events visit the Holiday Fest website at keywestholidayfest.com.

The festively decked-out Muriels, self-billed “shameless exhibitionists,” brought their own brand of chic to Saturday evening’s City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade. The annual processional, which traversed from Truman Avenue at Bayview Park to Duval Street and through downtown, featured floats, marching groups and island holiday themes. For more information on holiday events visit the Holiday Fest website at keywestholidayfest.com.

A cluster of kazoo-tooting elves march down Duval Street Saturday night during the annual City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade. The festive processional, which traversed from Truman Avenue at Bayview Park to Duval Street and through downtown, featured floats, marching groups and island holiday themes. For more information on holiday events visit the Key West Holiday Fest website at keywestholidayfest.com.

A cluster of kazoo-tooting elves march down Duval Street Saturday night during the annual City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade.

Saturday’s City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade included a Monroe County Public Library float complete with Christmas tree, adorable children, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Bumble the Abominable Snow Monster. The festive annual parade featured more than 50 floats and marching groups consisting of adults, children, elves, dogs and a pair of Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Animal Farm ponies.

Saturday’s City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade included a Monroe County Public Library float complete with Christmas tree, adorable children, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Bumble the Abominable Snow Monster. The festive annual parade featured more than 50 floats and marching groups consisting of adults, children, elves, dogs and a pair of Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Animal Farm ponies.

Sparkling bubbles surround a colorful underwater-themed holiday float as it makes its way up Duval Street Saturday evening during the annual City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade.

Sparkling bubbles surround a colorful underwater-themed holiday float as it makes its way up Duval Street Saturday evening during the annual City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade.

A molar and a miss pause for a photo op Saturday evening on Duval Street during the annual City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade.

A molar and a miss pause for a photo op Saturday evening on Duval Street during the annual City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade.

Children aboard a candy-land themed float travel down Duval Street Saturday night during the annual City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade.

Children aboard a candy-land themed float travel down Duval Street Saturday night during the annual City of Key West Hometown Holiday Parade.

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