BATON ROUGE – Dozens of children ran round Scotlandville Plaza on Saturday afternoon in search of only one factor.
“The candy,” Bryson Elliot mentioned.
Bryson, like many children, has attended the Klassy Styles LLC Easter Parade since he may stroll. As he will get older, he is helping the more youthful ones gather eggs.
“It’s fun. It shows you how you were when you were little,” Bryson mentioned.
Kids were given an opportunity no longer simplest to seek out Easter eggs, but additionally to rejoice in true Louisiana style: catching throws in an Easter parade.
“I think this community deserves as many parades and celebrations as we can, especially dealing with what we have been dealing with for the last several years, the stress of the violence in the community,” mentioned Byron Washington, founding father of Scotland Saturdays. “Just a way for people to come out and enjoy themselves.”
Organizers began the development 12 years in the past so that you could carry the group in combination and unfold positivity.
“I’m so happy about how it has grown. It has come a tremendous way from 12 years ago,” founding father of Klassy Styles Torsor Toussaint mentioned.
And the youngsters are unquestionably playing the vacation weekend.
“It’s like a recap of Halloween because you get a lot of candy on Halloween, and you get a lot of candy on Easter,” parade goer Johnny Francois mentioned.
“My favorite part of Easter is getting all of the candy and being around my friends and family,” parade goer Ani Broks mentioned.
Ani was once hopping away satisfied, as she prepares for her large Easter Sunday plans.
“I’ll eat candy and chill,” Ani mentioned.