Three Kings Day Parade marks 22nd anniversary in Williamsburg

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The annual Three Kings Day Parade was held in Williamsburg on Sunday, and this year marked the event's 22nd anniversary.

Hundreds of people gathered along Graham Avenue to cheer on local officials, school kids and traditional dancers. There were also camels sheep and ponies.

Three Kings Day marks the Epiphany, when the three wise men are said to have brought gifts to baby Jesus.

Organizers say they want people to know that despite gentrification in the area, the parade continues to welcome hundreds of people and residents who grew up celebrating Three Kings Day.

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