DUNBAR, Fla. – The Dunbar Easter Parade, a staple for the SWFL community, went on this year despite the ongoing pandemic.
After being canceled last year because of the virus, some said it’s exciting to pick this tradition back up.
“It’s a great feeling to kind of return to a sense of normalcy in our community and our area to have something that’s been so prominent to many of the people that grew up in this area,” said President of Dunbar Festival Committee Martin Byrd.
Thousands of people came together to celebrate the 75th annual tradition.
Both Byrd and Fort Myers...