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Photos from the Fisherman’s Feast in Boston’s North End

The narrow streets of Boston’s North End filled with revelers on Sunday, as locals and visitors gathered to celebrate the annual Fisherman’s Feast of the Madonna Del Soccorso di Sciacca.

The following are photos from the event:

Kathy Federico, of the North End, pinned money to the float in honor of her father, Sal Maniscalo, a retired Boston fisherman.

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Kathy Federico, of the North End, pinned money to the float in honor of her father, Sal Maniscalo, a retired Boston fisherman.

Money is pinned to the float that holds the statue of the Blessed Mother during the procession.

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Money is pinned to the float that holds the statue of the Blessed Mother during the procession.

Sal "Bosco" Diecidue, cq, of the North End, guided a ribbon full of donations from the Carregal family to the float carrying the statue of the Blessed Mother.

Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

Sal "Bosco" Diecidue of the North End guided a ribbon full of donations from the Carregal family to the float carrying the statue of the Blessed Mother.

Andy Verrocchi, of Holyoke, chatted with bandmates in between playing songs during the Grand Procession at the annual Fisherman's Feast.

Dina Rudick/Globe Staff

Andy Verrocchi, of Holyoke, chatted with bandmates in between playing songs during the Grand Procession at the annual Fisherman's Feast.

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