WATCH: Hollyhock Lane Parade

Dozens come out to the Hollyhock Parade in Grand Rapids (July 4, 2014).

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The longest running Fourth of July parade in Michigan took place Friday morning in southeast Grand Rapids.

It’s the Hollyhock Lane Parade and it’s been celebrated each year since 1934.

Dozens of people came out for the parade held on the corner of Calvin and Alexander.

Watch the video to see the floats and decorated bikes. 

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