The 26th Annual Raymond Parade steps off at 1pm this Saturday, April 21st, near the Raymond Cal Fire Station. This year’s Grand Marshalls are John and Linda Crippen, long-time residents of Raymond, and always active in community events, especially the annual parade.
In addition to the parade, the day will be filled with old time family fun, including food booths and a craft faire, starting at 9:00am. Visitors will also enjoy live country music throughout the day.
Don’t miss taking a glimpse into the past at the Raymond Museum, located in the Charles Miller house, the first residence in this town once known as “Wildcat Station.” You’ll learn why “All roads lead to Raymond” through extensive photographic displays, and experience what life was like for the early settlers to the area.
This is also your chance to tour the historic caboose, located at the entrance to the museum at 31956 Road 608 in the middle of downtown Raymond.
For more information about this event, please call 559-689-3341 or 559-689-3000. Proceeds go to the Raymond Community Association Building Fund Project.