Michael Tokarz

Detroiters braved the weather on March 26 to participate in the eighth annual Marche du Nain Rouge, a celebration of all that is good in the city of Detroit.

Dressed in red and black and carrying umbrellas, Detroiters paraded down Cass Avenue to the Masonic Temple. There the Nain was captured and banished for another year.

Photos by Sarah Rahal

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