Join us for the delightful events we sponsor throughout the year. May Day Festival, June BBQ, Fall Colors Festival and Vintage Car Show and the now famous Tree Lighting and Tractor Parade.
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Geyserville Tree Lighting and Tractor Parade 2020–CANCELLED
November 28, 2020 @ 12:00 amFREE
Always the Saturday After Thanksgiving!
Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic we are CANCELLING
the 2020 Tree Lighting and Tractor Parade
Our first priority is the safety of our visitors, community, and participants, so we have made the difficult decision to CANCEL the 2020 event.
All of the downtown businesses, however, are OPEN and welcoming
customers with safety protocols in place.
Restaurants have outdoor dining, as well as To-Go ordering online and by phone. Most Tasting Rooms are open by appointment, and stores may have differing hours, but will welcome visitors who wear a mask and will keep a safe social distance from other shoppers.
Please shop locally for the holidays and beyond, and continue to support our Geyserville businesses! Thank you.
PLEASe NOTE: Information listed below is from last year’s event. The Parade for 2020 has been CANCELLED.
THERE WILL ONCE AGAIN BE A COMPLETE ROAD CLOSURE IN GEYSERVILLE FOR THE DURATION OF THE PARADE
(Starting at 6:00 pm). PLEASE PASS THE WORD.
2019 Geyserville Tree Lighting
& Lighted Tractor Parade
Saturday, November 30th
4:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
Our Celebrity emcees for the evening will be State Senator, Mike McGuire and Sonoma County 4th District Supervisor, James Gore, who will be stationed at the Park & Ride Lot in central Geyserville. Local favorites Corinne & Tracy, and Maggie & Brian will be announcing at the North and South ends of town.
Click Images OR links above for a Printable Entry Form or Flyers
Geyserville’s 2019 Lighted Tractor Parade will be Saturday, November 30th, from 4:30-8:00 pm–the parade is scheduled to start 6:15pm at the north end of town and will proceed slowly through downtown, making one pass. Santa & Mrs. Claus will again make an appearance before the parade. They will arrive at their temporary workshop in the Park & Ride Plaza near the Christmas tree beginning at 4:30pm (before the start of the parade). For best viewing, the parade takes place after dark.
Downtown shops and restaurants will be open special hours before, during, and after the parade for your convenience. Reservations are recommended for dining, and space fills up well in advance of the event. There will be food offerings for sale in several places throughout the parade route: Near the Firehouse Diavola will have Pizza and The Wurst will have burgers and sausages; the Odd Fellows will serve hot dogs near their Hall, Ken Rochioli of KR Catering will be serving chicken or chili over polenta at the Park & Ride lot, and the Elementary School. Several non-profits will serve hot chocolate, popcorn, etc. also throughout the parade route.
For those who don’t mind a bit of a walk, parking will be available at the High School (Moody Lane) and Oriental Community Hall (the corner of Moody Lane and Hwy. 128). You can drop off family members in town and park in these two locations. There will also be limited parking at the lot on Railroad Avenue. Carpool if possible.
For parade entry information, or to volunteer, please contact Kim Petersen at Geyserville Coffee Company 707-484-8343 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to Our Sponsors
And the many Geyserville business and individuals who help make this Parade a success!