Renzi Education and Art Center holds float-loading party in preparation for Krewe of Highland parade

The Krewe of Highland parade will roll on Sunday, Feb. 23 beginning at 2 p.m.
The Krewe of Highland parade is known for its unique throws and it often considered a...
The Krewe of Highland parade is known for its unique throws and it often considered a family-friendly parade during Shreveport’s Mardi Gras.(KSLA)
Updated: Feb. 21, 2020 at 7:48 AM CST
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SHREVEPORT, La. (KSLA) - This past weekend had dozens of volunteers sort through beads in preparation for the 25th annual Krewe of Highland parade.

The Krewe of Highland is known for its unique throws and is often considered a family-friendly parade during Shreveport’s Mardi Gras.

Throughout the years, throws have included Moon pies, sandwiches, hot dogs and of course — beads.

The Renzi Education and Art Center have participated in the Krewe of Highland parade for the past 4 years.

Krewe of Highland Parade set to roll Sunday The Krewe of Highland’s Mardi Gras Parade is all set to roll out at 2:00...

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Chuck Loridans of Renzi Education and Art Center says this is one of the most fulfilling things he’s ever been apart of.

The Krewe of Highland parade will start at the corner of Gregg Ave and Gilbert Drive and ends at Gladstone and Gilbert Dr.

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