The village of Adams was full of patriotic spirit this July 4th.
Its parade, which kicked off at noon, was headed up by two police cars and a couple ambulances.
They are headed down Church Street and there certainly wasn't a shortage of candy tossed to those watching along the street.
For one woman, this small town parade is a long-standing family tradition.
"I think it's lovely. It's a family tradition for us. Since I was a child - I grew up in this area - my father drove all the way from Utah just to attend this parade with me and that makes it very special," said Laura Wilson, Black River resident.
The parade started off on North Park Street, turned onto Church Street and then headed to the American Legion Hall.