The 60th annual Newtown Labor Day parade was held yesterday. The day featured police and fire trucks, school bands, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, and veterans among others. The rain held off for the parade, which wasn't held for two years during the pandemic. People lined the streets to see the floats, performance and marchers. Newtown’s Labor Day parade was also one of the few big political events left before November’s election and candidates from both parties for Governor, U-S Senate and Congress were among those also participating in the parade.