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Live Music every Friday & Saturday in the Cattlemen's Lounge - August Schedule

Acoustic Thursdays in the Cattlemen's Lounge - July Schedule

Concerts in the Park - Fridays, 5:30 - 7:30pm at the City Park Gazebo

Save these Summer Dates!

There is always something happening at the Paso Robles Inn. Mark your calendar for select Thursday evenings from June 19th through October 16th for our 3rd Annual Summer Wine and Tapas series on the patio or an intimate Winemaker Dinner. Enjoy an educational experience paired with great ambiance and delicious food, wine and great company.

Tickets may be purchased in advance for all events by calling the Paso Robles Inn at 238-2660 and will also be sold at the door.

Guests must be 21 years of age to attend.

The Wine & Tapas Series, 5-7pm on the Patio, $18 per person

The Winemaker Dinner Series, 6pm, $75 per person

Follow the Paso Robles Inn Steakhouse on Facebook for more information on the summer series!

Pioneer Day

Pioneer Day


October 12th, 2013

7:00 am - Bean Feed Preparation
Paso Robles City Park

7:30 am - Antique Classic Car Judging
King Oil Tools
2235 Spring Street (old Reneau lot)

8:00 am - Children's Pet Show
12 years and under
Paso Robles City Park Gazebo

8:30 am - Little Cowboy / Cowgirl Contest
Paso Robles City Park Gazebo

10 :00 am - Pioneer Day Parade
Starts at 17th & Spring Street
Continues around City Park

12 Noon - Free Bean Feed 
Paso Robles City Park

12  Noon - Carnegie Library & Historical Museum
Opens in City Park

1:00 pm - Horseshoe Pitching Contest
Paso Robles City Park

1:00 pm - Band Concert
Paso Robles City Park

1:00 pm - Pioneer Museum Opens
2010 Riverside
(Next to Paso Robles Event Center)

1:00 pm - Old Gas Engine Show
Pioneer Park
(Next to Pioneer Museum)

1:00 pm - Wagon, Tractor & 
Steam Engine Display

Dutch Oven Cookin'

Mule Packing Demonstration

at the Pioneer Museum

2010 Riverside

(Next to Paso Robles Event Center)

Pioneer Day Parade

The Pioneer Day Parade starts promptly at 10 am on Saturday, October 12th in downtown Paso Robles. The parade route starts at 17th and Spring Street and ends surrounding the Paso Robles City Park.

It is fun for the entire family. Bring your favorite lawn chairs, hats and sunscreen and plan on a memorable experience.

You can expect to see Antique Tractors, Horse Drawn Wagons, Marching Bands, Mounted Equestrian Groups, Youth Groups, Church Groups, Civic Groups, Floats, vintage cars, fire engines, military vehicles and more. Oh - and did we mention tractors?!?

The first Pioneer Day was held on October 12, 1931. It was organized by community volunteers working with generous donations of time, materials and money from individuals, businesses, churches and service organizations. Their goal was to provide a day of community friendship and a commemoration of the heritage of the Paso Robles area. It would also become a day set aside to say "Thank You" to all of the people who support the business and professional community of the area throughout the year. Most businesses closed so that their employees could enjoy and participate in the activities and family reunions. There were to be no charges for any of the events, no commercial concessions and lunch would be provided at no cost.

It's Unique... THE WHOLE DAY IS FREE and entirely funded by the business people and dedicated citizens of our area who say: "Leave Your Pocketbook at Home" Come, celebrate in friendship!

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