Paso Robles’ heritage tradition comes alive in and around downtown during the annual Pioneer Day event. Bring the whole family to downtown for this historical event that includes a parade, free bean feed, and daylong activities including antique/classic car judging, children’s pet show, little cowboy/cowgirl contest, whiskerino contest, horseshoe pitching contest and much more.
Harvest in Paso Robles Wine Country is as unique as each berry in a grape cluster. Out here, every swirl and sip tells a different tale with each story crafted by the personalities of wine country. We invite you to create your own wine country story during the 2014 Harvest Wine Weekend, October 17 – 19. Experience first-hand the dynamic energy throughout the vineyards as grape growers, winemakers and cellar workers welcome the new vintage. Enjoy the sights, smells, sounds and tastes of this exciting season during three days of harvest celebrations. Visit old favorites and try something new, as wineries welcome you into the tasting room and onto the crush pad during the busiest and most exciting time of year. Weekend highlights include winemaker dinners, special vintage tastings, artisinal food and chocolate pairings, vineyard tours, blending seminars, grape stomps and much more!
Fall is in full swing, so what better time to relax in the “pass of the oaks” than beautiful October, when fall colors show their brilliance? Bring the entire family to city park for the Annual Golden Oak Honey Festival featuring antiques, collectibles, arts, crafts, food and children’s bounce house. Free admission.
Trick-or-treat in downtown Paso Robles with local area merchants during the Safe and Fun Halloween Downtown. Ghouls, ghosts and the Main Street witches will be on-hand for this wildly popular Halloween event that promises to be safe and fun for children of all ages. So don your scariest costume, come downtown and take part in the fun!