The annual playground parade make its way from and through Danvers Square on Wednesday evening, with floats from the town's 13 summer park programs.
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Danvers Community Access Television also added more than two dozen photos of the parade to its Facebook page.
The parade is a summer tradition that dates back to the 1950s. Each camp comes up with a theme and decorates a float. This year, themes ranged from Up! to the Olympics, from Superheroes to Dr. Seuss.
The parade includes campers, age 6-14, and their counselors from all of the Recreation Department's summer programs.
A truck led the parade down Park Street to High Street and back to the park on Conant Street. A cruiser was at the parade's tail.