Photos courtesy of the Ramona BowlThe Ramona Pageant participating in San Juan Capistrano’s Swallows Day Parade on March 24. ■ The Ramona Bowl On March 24, the Ramona Pageant participated in the Swallows Day Parade in downtown San Juan Capistrano. The Swallows Day Parade is part of the Fiesta de las Golondrinas—or Festival of the Swallows—a celebration of the return of the migratory songbird to Mission San Juan Capistrano on St. Joseph’s Day. The fiesta lasts three months. The San Juan Capistrano Fiesta Association puts on the parade as well as the following fundraising and community activities: Taste of San Juan, Kids Pet Parade, El Presidenté Ball, the infamous Hoosegow Day
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