Paso Robles is holding its 89th annual Pioneer Day Parade on Saturday, Oct. 12.
The parade features horse-drawn wagons, marching bands, floats, fire engines and more.
The day is meant to bring the community together and celebrate Paso's heritage.
The parade starts at 10 a.m. at 16th and Spring streets and ends at the Paso Robles City Park.
Several events will also be taking place at the park throughout the day, including a free bean feed, live music, a horseshow pitching contest, a "Whiskerino" contest, and a "Little Cowboy/Cowgirl" contest.
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