Follow Eric: Around ABQ - Junkado Parade



So the other day I was standing in line to order some dinner from The Supper Truck when a random person approaches me and hands me a flyer.

That person turned out to be Aryon Hopkins and the flyer was for Junkado.

Unless you're already in the know, you're probably thinking the same thing I did: What in the world is Junkado?

I wish I could easily sum it up but I think you'll be best served by checking out the website at junkado.org.

Intrigued by the idea of a "people powered parade with a prize," I ventured down to Nob Hill this past Sunday to see what it was all about.

Here are just a few of the pictures I took.











(Find more pics on the Follow Eric Facebook page)

Again, if you want to learn more about Junkado and how awesome it is, check out their website or connect with them on Facebook.

junkado.org

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Comment by Adelita on April 25, 2013 at 5:14am

The giant puppets that were in the parade were made by the art teacher and students at Escuela del Sol!  Mother Earth and Father Sky puppets rock!

Comment by once banned twice shy on April 25, 2013 at 11:09am

Very cool and sorry I missed it.

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