Tractors, elves and cocoa — Oh my!

Mariani Nut Co.’s tractor parade entry featured lighted reindeer gliding along Main Street. (Leslie Silver/Courtesy photo)

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The 2021 Winters Holiday Tractor Parade is one for the books. On Saturday, Dec. 4, over 10,000 people lined up along Main Street from Haven Street down to Elliott Street in anticipation to watch tractors, machines and farming equipment decked out in Christmas lights and holiday-themed decor. There were 38 entries in this year’s parade.

The Winters District Chamber of Commerce announced the following parade entries winners:

Too Many Lights to Count!: Rominger Brothers Farms
The Little Tractor that Could!: Isaac Day and Avery and Charlotte Davis
Jolly Green Giant: Stumpy Trucking Inc.
Barely Made it to the Parade! : Winters Tow Service
Farm Fresh!: Charter Realty
Merriest Elves! – Ramos Farms
Antique Operator!: Wilbur Reil
Judges Choice!: School of Rock
Chamber of Commerce Choice!: Mariani Nut Co.

The Chamber also hosted the first Winters Wonderland event on Friday, Dec. 3 that features an elf hunt and hot cocoa crawl through local businesses. Visitors tasted different types of cocoa strolling and shopping along Main Street. Food trucks and vendor booths took over Rotary Park and part of Main Street. Youth singers from Winters schools performed holiday favorite songs, and Santa stopped in to visit with Winters children.

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