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Williams Prepares for Pioneer Day

Williams Pioneer Day - Poster 2014On, Saturday, June 7, 2014, the Community of Williams will celebrate its diverse history during Pioneer Day with the proclaimed theme, “Preserving the Past”.

Activities will include the ever-popular Pioneer Day Parade, Downtown Street Vendors, and the much enjoyed Fireworks Display.

With the completion of the mural at Town Square Park, a special dedication ceremony will be held in addition to this year’s activities.

“We are expecting the attendance of Mary Callen Wells, the granddaughter of Lulu Williams Callen,” said Williams Mayor, Pat Ash, “We are also expecting the grandsons of Belle Williams Moore, William and Phillip Doub.”

Wells will speak at the dedication ceremony, along with former Williams resident Hal Stober, and several city officials and community members.

Recently the mural was given spotlight and phrase with the California Freemason organization.

“It’s an event you don’t want to miss,” added Ash.

Activities will start at 9:30 a.m. with the downtown vendors, following the Parade at 10:00 a.m., the Mural Dedication Ceremony will be held following the Pioneer Day Parade. Fireworks will begin at sunset, to the west of town.

There is no Entry Fee to enter the Pioneer Day Parade; however, participants must fill out and return an application. For more information on a Parade Entry, contact Margaret Harlow at (530) 300-0359.  Parade Entry Form can be downloaded here.

Downtown Street vendors require a registration fee of $20 for Profit, $10 for Non-Profits, and Informational Booths are Free. Vendor applications are due by May 30th. For more Information on Vendors, contact LloydGreen at (530) 473-5652. Vendor Participant Form can be downloaded here.

Parade and Vendor Applications can be picked up at New Attitude Salon, Williams City Hall, and available for download at

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