The Cambria Lions Club will be presenting “Roaring Back–Pinedorado Days 2022”. The traditional Labor Day weekend event, dubbed “Roaring Back” this year following a one-year hiatus during the pandemic, is set for September 3 through 5. Kicking-off the three-day celebration is the Saturday morning Pinedorado Parade, winding down Main Street and featuring floats, dancers, bands, clown cars, and the Lions Club Calliope. The Parade is led by the Grand Marshall, always a Cambrian selected and honored for service to the community.
Following the parade, the Pinedorado grounds are open to the public with food, drink, games, music, and lots of fun for everyone. Visitors can enjoy the traditional beef and chicken barbeque, hamburgers, Linn’s pies, and more. The Pub will offer local wines and beers, and kids, young and old will enjoy carnival games, while the very young can ride the kiddy train and cars. Each day of Pinedorado will feature music, and dancing will be encouraged. Every hour of the three-day celebration, lucky holders of “Pinedorado Days – Roaring Back” raffle tickets will have a chance to win valuable prizes, including the grand prize of $1,000 awarded on Monday. Raffle tickets are $1 each and will be on sale and available from all members of the Lions Club beginning later this month.
On Sunday, September 4, Pinedorado Days will be “Roaring Back” with the 14th Annual Cambria Pinedorado Car Show at the Veterans’ Memorial Hall parking lot. This car show competition is open to all car lovers; those interested in having a car in the competition can find a registration form on the Cambria Lions website at: cambrialions.org.
Also returning after a two-year hiatus is the Pinedorado Follies. This year the production is The Wizard of CambriaOZ, a journey from Slabtown to the Emerald City, featuring the story, songs, and much-loved hometown characters. More information on the Follies is coming soon.
“Roaring Back – Pinedorado Days 2022” will be fun for everyone, and the Lions Club of Cambria is happy and proud to bring this traditional Labor Day weekend celebration “roaring back” to residents and visitors alike.