Moses Lake Agriculture Parade

The Moses Lake Ag parade has been a staple in this Agriculture town for over 20 years now.  Started in 1995 by Sue Tebow this year she will be honored with the title “Grand Marshall” of this yearly parade.

This parade, on December 1st, filled with lighted tractors, farm equipment, and community merchants, is a perfect accompaniment to the close ties that we share with Agriculture here in the Basin.  If you’ve lived here long enough we all know and have been helped in some way by the local farmers and their contribution to the community.  Just look towards the lighted corridor on I-90 through Grant County and you will see their willingness to make the holidays brighter even for those driving back and forth across the state.  Farm land ablaze with Christmas characters for miles keeps us all entertained in those long hours of driving.

This parade honoring our local farmers will begin in Sinkiuse square at 5:00 pm.  The local stores will remain open for shoppers and on the streets you will find toasted marshmallows, hot chocolate, fresh made mini doughnuts and best of all FREE french fries donated by Simplot.  In addition to the food there will be local dance and singing talent organized by Dale Roth in the square.  Lighted parade will begin at 7:00.

All of this is put on and hosted by the Moses Lake Business Association as they strive to supply this city with a thriving downtown community where local residents can enjoy the local food and fare.  Come join us, bundle up warm, as we pay tribute to the industry that keeps food on our table. We could not do it without all the help from this giving community.

Posted on November 29, 2017 at 6:55 pm
Heather Adkinson | Category: Great things about this little town, Moses Lake Relocation, Things to do, Uncategorized | Tagged , ,

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