Three Kings Day parade held in Williamsburg

Christmas celebrations continued as Williamsburg's Hispanic community celebrated Three Kings Day with a parade on Sunday. The holiday is also known as Dia de Los

The parade featured dancers, marching bands and camels.

The parade featured dancers, marching bands and camels. (Credit: News 12 )

BROOKLYN - Christmas celebrations continued as Williamsburg's Hispanic community celebrated Three Kings Day with a parade on Sunday.

The holiday is also known as Dia de Los Reyes.

The parade featured dancers, marching bands and camels.

The event marks the time when the three magi brought gifts to the baby Jesus.

Students from local schools marched through Williamsburg, and were joined by local politicians, including Rep. Nydia Velasquez and Borough President Eric Adams.  

 

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