Kiwanis of San Ramon Valley announced several times that chairs could not be left until 6 p.m. the night before the parade. We ourselves observed that the rules were broken, with expensive chairs even being chained in place. People seem to have as much fun reserving their places as they do watching the parade.
When the crowds gather on the Fourth they are a friendly bunch, visiting and joking with their temporary parade "neighbors." They go home even more enamored with their hometown than they were before. It's the cult of Danville.
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