Oct 9, 2010 6:59 PM by Danielle Lerner
People in Paso Robles were celebrating the city's rich heritage Saturday. It was all part of the annual Pioneer Day which provides a full day of family fun for free.
Saturday morning's parade kicked off a full agenda of activities. It featured close to 200 entries, and of course, those vintage tractors continue to be a crowd favorite. In fact, people from all over the state come to the Central Coast just to get a look.
"We do a family get together, and we all come out and see it because it's just so unique," said Paso Robles resident Lori Pratt. "We have families that come from Simi Valley down in L.A. and my parents are here from Tucson because they think it's great too."
This year's Pioneer Day was extra special. It marked the 80th anniversary of one of the city's greatest celebrations.
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