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Port au Choix gets a visit from the Mummers
Sep 30, 2017 at 12:28 a.m.
Check out these photos of the mummers in Port au Choix.
Any mummers 'llowed in?
Any mummers 'llowed in?
Yes, some of the mummers dressed like firefighters, or is that an actual firefighter? The best part of the parade, anyone could be dressed as anyone.
Often, mummers go into people’s homes, play music and dance. So it wasn’t surprising there was a fiddler among the crowd. Another tradition? The underwear on the outside of the clothes.
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