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4th Annual Ashtabula Multi-Cultural Festival
Downtown Ashtabula Ohio
July 26, 2014

The 4th Annual Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural Festival was held on July 26, 2014. The Festival included a parade down Main Avenue and multicultural performers and stands.

Here are some highlights from the 4th Annual Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural Parade down Main Avenue in Ashtabula Ohio.




Ashtabula Parade Color Guard


Hawaiians at Ashtabula Parade


Hawaiians at Ashtabula Parade


Statue of Liberty at  Ashtabula Parade


Walleye Float at  Ashtabula Parade


Winterfest Girls at  Ashtabula Parade


Winterfest Girls at  Ashtabula Parade


Winterfest Girls at  Ashtabula Parade


Creatures at  Ashtabula Parade


Creature at  Ashtabula Parade


Harbor Playhouse at  Ashtabula Parade


Baton Twirlers at  Ashtabula Parade


Young Miss Multicultural at  Ashtabula Parade


Ashtabula Fair Princess at  Ashtabula Parade


Austinburg bird at  Ashtabula Parade


Austinburg bird at  Ashtabula Parade


Austinburg maidens at  Ashtabula Parade


Miss Ashtabula  at  Ashtabula Parade


Miss Grapette  at  Ashtabula Parade


Miss Multicultural  at  Ashtabula Parade


Little Miss Multicultural  at  Ashtabula Parade


Little Miss Multicultural  at  Ashtabula Parade


Junior Miss Multicultural  at  Ashtabula Parade


Junior Miss Multicultural  at  Ashtabula Parade


Baton Twirlers at  Ashtabula Parade


Baton Twirlers at  Ashtabula Parade


Baton Twirlers at  Ashtabula Parade


Baton Twirlers at  Ashtabula Parade


Baton Twirlers at  Ashtabula Parade


Native Americans from the Lenape Nations marched in the parade but also blessed the festival with dance and drums.

Native Americans from the Lenape Nations marched in the 4th Annual Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural  Parade


They also explained some of their history and customs.

More of the Native Americans from the Lenape Nations at the Ashtabula Fest.

The Geauga Highlanders Pipes & Drums also marched and performed.

Geauga Highlanders Pipes & Drums marched in the 4th Annual Downtown Ashtabula Multi-Cultural Festival Parade

Geauga Highlanders Pipes & Drums



The Band's purpose is to preserve and promote an interest in Gaelic heritage, culture, and music. To provide an education to band members in the Gaelic music theory and skills required for highland bagpiping and highland drumming.

More of the Geauga Highlanders Pipes & Drums at the Ashtabula Fest.



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