Vintage cars and trucks were part of Bastrop’s annual Juneteenth Celebration parade Saturday along Main Street. The all-day celebration included the parade, live music and food booths at Fisherman’s Park, the Harriet Tubman sculpture unveiling at the Kerr Community Center, and a Blue Flame Cruisers classic car show.

Vintage cars and trucks were part of Bastrop’s annual Juneteenth Celebration parade Saturday along Main Street. The all-day celebration included the parade, live music and food booths at Fisherman’s Park, the Harriet Tubman sculpture unveiling at the Kerr Community Center, and a Blue Flame Cruisers classic car show.

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The Cedar Creek Outlawz basketball team shows their dribbling skills during the parade.

The Cedar Creek Outlawz basketball team shows their dribbling skills during the parade.

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Horse riders take part in the annual Juneteenth parade on Main Street.

Horse riders take part in the annual Juneteenth parade on Main Street.

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Fisherman’s Park hosted live music, food booths and games.

Fisherman’s Park hosted live music, food booths and games.

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Michael Hudson, with Southern Soul Bistro, tends to his crawfish boil at Fisherman’s Park.

Michael Hudson, with Southern Soul Bistro, tends to his crawfish boil at Fisherman’s Park.

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Candis Harris, with Austin’s Ballet East Dance Company, performs “Stand Up” during the unveiling Saturday of the Wesley Wofford sculpture - “Harriet Tubman - The Journey to Freedom” - at the Kerr Community Center.

Candis Harris, with Austin’s Ballet East Dance Company, performs “Stand Up” during the unveiling Saturday of the Wesley Wofford sculpture – “Harriet Tubman – The Journey to Freedom” – at the Kerr Community Center.

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Cyneé McIntyre, an Emile Elementary student, recites a poem by Eloise Greenfield during the sculpture unveiling.

Cyneé McIntyre, an Emile Elementary student, recites a poem by Eloise Greenfield during the sculpture unveiling.

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A closeup view of a young girl being led to freedom by Harriet Tubman on the Underground Railroad.

A closeup view of a young girl being led to freedom by Harriet Tubman on the Underground Railroad.

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Eliza Fanuel, front, enjoys the unveiling ceremony of “Harriet Tubman - The Journey to Freedom” at the Kerr Community Center on Saturday.

Eliza Fanuel, front, enjoys the unveiling ceremony of “Harriet Tubman – The Journey to Freedom” at the Kerr Community Center on Saturday.

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The full view of the Welsey Wofford sculpture, “Harriet Tubman – The Journey to Freedom,” is pictured at the Kerr Community Center after its unveiling Saturday.

The full view of the Welsey Wofford sculpture, “Harriet Tubman – The Journey to Freedom,” is pictured at the Kerr Community Center after its unveiling Saturday.

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Attendees enjoy the annual Juneteenth parade Saturday along Main Street.

Attendees enjoy the annual Juneteenth parade Saturday along Main Street.

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Vintage cars were part of the Juneteenth parade.

Vintage cars were part of the Juneteenth parade.

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The Royal Essence dance team takes part in the Juneteenth parade.

The Royal Essence dance team takes part in the Juneteenth parade.

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One of the several floats in the Juneteenth parade is pictured.

One of the several floats in the Juneteenth parade is pictured.

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Derek Peterson enjoys the Juneteenth Parade along Main Street.

Derek Peterson enjoys the Juneteenth Parade along Main Street.

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A souped-up roadster was part of the Juneteenth parade.

A souped-up roadster was part of the Juneteenth parade.

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A.Q. Aldridge Jr. enjoys the unveiling ceremony of  “Harriet Tubman – The Journey to Freedom” at the Kerr Community Center.

A.Q. Aldridge Jr. enjoys the unveiling ceremony of “Harriet Tubman – The Journey to Freedom” at the Kerr Community Center.

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Ruthie Clemons, returning to Bastrop from her California home, enjoyed the Juneteenth parade with a hat fit for sun protection.

Ruthie Clemons, returning to Bastrop from her California home, enjoyed the Juneteenth parade with a hat fit for sun protection.

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