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Photos and text by Collin Breaux

The annual Swallows Day Parade may not be happening this March as usual, but the San Juan Capistrano Fiesta Association still hosted a scaled-down Hoos’Gow Day on Friday, March 19. Jail cells were set up by Hidden House Coffee and Heritage Barbecue.

Fiesta Association President Jim Taylor (right) oversees a jail cell by Hidden House Coffee.
Fiesta Association members Steven Congleton (left) and Jimmy Ferguson (right) read out charges made against Ramon Lippelgoos.
Hoos’Gow Day was scaled down this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
While the Swallows Day Parade is not happening this month, some seasonal events still are in San Juan Capistrano.
The San Juan Capistrano Fiesta Association sold special merchandise to raise funds on Friday, March 19.

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