A band marches up Fifth Avenue in the 62nd annual German-American Steuben Parade New York Sept. 21.
Christina Rom and Tom Schneider of the German folk-dancing group, S.V.V. Original Enzian, march up Fifth Avenue in Manhattan at the 62nd annual German-American Steuben Parade New York Sept. 21.
Two women dressed in a dirndl, the ruffled apron dress traditionally worn by German women, stand on a float waving flags of the United States and Germany.
A Port Authority police officer wears a sash matching the colors of the German flag he’s waving.
The 62nd annual German-American Steuben Parade New York took place on Sept. 21. The two-hour parade started at East 65th Street and continued to East 86th Street. A Mass was offered at St. Patrick’s Cathedral before the parade.