2016 Windsor Harvest Festival Parade a Labor Day Tradition
The 95th Annual Windsor Harvest Festival is Labor Day weekend with the parade at 9:00 am on Monday, September 5th, 2016. (Labor Day) This year’s theme is “Windsor – Growing for the Future.
Kiowa Creek Coaches, with a pair of dapple gray mares, will pull the Good Morning Guys through the streets of Windsor in a beautiful white Limousine carriage in the parade. The team will be driven by our good friend RJ Steele. You could have Kiowa Creek Coaches at your next special occasion or event anywhere along the Colorado Front Range, Foothills and Eastern plains.
The parade route begins at Walnut Street and Chimney Park Drive and runs west on Walnut Street to 7th Street and then south on 7th Street to Eastman Park Drive.
- All 1st place winners will receive $100
- All 2nd place winners will receive $50
- Commercial/Business Float
- Horse Group-Youth
- Horse Group-Adult
- Youth Organization Float
- Adult Non-Profit Organization Float
- Car/Truck/Boat/Motorcycle Group
By the way, it is too late to enter the parade this year.