An All-American Labor Day Celebration — Monday At The Paul Bunyan Days Festival

What’s more all-American than a hometown parade followed by a big-time barbecue with all the trimmings? Nothing! If you haven’t made Labor Day plans yet, then plan on heading for downtown Fort Bragg, where the fun begins. The parade starts at 11 am, immediately followed by a sizzling BBQ featuring perfectly grilled beef, pork and […]
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There’s Nothing Like The Paul Bunyan Days Parade

What’s more all-American than a hometown parade followed by a big-time barbecue with all the trimmings? Nothing! If you haven’t made Labor Day plans yet, then plan on heading for downtown Fort Bragg, where the fun begins.

The parade starts at 11 am, immediately followed by a sizzling BBQ featuring perfectly grilled beef, pork and lamb served with plenty of beans, coleslaw and bread sides. Don’t eat meat? No worries, veggie burgers will also be available.

Discounted BBQ tickets are available in advance –$12 for adults and $8 for kids and seniors — at Harvest Market, La Bamba, Columbi Market, Paul Bunayn Thrift Store, Chamber of Commerce, Fort Bragg Community Credit Union and Mendocino’s Out of the World.  Tickets at the event are $15 for Adults, $10 Seniors and kids.

Anybody Hungry?

Here’s a line up of Monday activities. A complete schedule, with event locater map, can be found at: http://paulbunyandays.com/schedule-2/

 

10 am-6 pm: Gem, Mineral & Fossil Show, Town Hall, N. Main & Laurel

11 am: Labor Day Parade, Pine to Franklin to Oak to Main to Pine

After Parade: Labor Day BBQ, Todd’s Point & Hwy 1

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