Support the Celebration
Events include the Happy Birthday Celebration on March 11th, Pioneer Day Family Fun on October 11th, and the Finale New Year's Eve Bash at the end of 2014!
Service groups, adults, and teens are invited to be part of this once-in-a-lifetime volunteer opportunity; applications are available for download here!
Submit your application:
- deliver to the Library (1000 Spring St.)
- fax to the Library (805-238-3665)
- scan and email to email@example.com.
Parents must sign for teen volunteers under 18. For more information on Anniversary Celebration volunteer needs, contact Suzanne Robitaille, 237-3870.
In partnership with local businesses; service organizations; educational, historical, and municipal agencies; special programs and events will create public awareness of our rich heritage and generate a renewed interest in its preservation for the enjoyment of future generations.
Read about our Beneficiaries
Honoring those who keep the pioneer spirit alive and well in Paso Robles!
Thank You to Our Sponsors!
Heritage Presenting Sponsors
Supervisor Frank Mecham
Councilman John & Marjorie Hamon, Hamon Overhead Door
John and Dee Lacey
Paso Robles Republican Women Federated
Ken and Linda Reed
About the Beneficiaries
Any unused funds generated on behalf of the 125th Anniversary Celebration will be directed to the Pioneer Day Committee, Paso Robles Historical Society, and the Pioneer Museum to support their valued missions of preserving and celebrating the history of Paso Robles.
El Paso de Robles Historical Society: A non-profit public benefit corporation whose purpose is to collect and preserve historic properties, objects, and papers of historical interest related to the Paso Robles area and its citizens, the Historical Society is a museum dedicated to Paso Robles history. It is well-curated and its passionate volunteers work tirelessly to catalogue and display pieces of Paso Robles history that fire the imagination and give a glimpse into the everyday and historically significant events that shaped our city through local stories, photos, news clippings and artifacts.
Pioneer Museum: The first building at the Pioneer Museum was opened in 1971 and the site continues to grow and thrive while providing a look at Paso Robles’ past that will amaze and delight the visitor. Displays in the museum include daily items relating to pioneer life, local family histories, pristine farm equipment and local modes of transportation through the years, the historic Jeanesville Pump and Geneseo Schoolhouse, and even a replica of Paso Robles first, and quite rustic, City Jail. The museum is constantly growing and improving, keeping the past alive for current and future generations.
Pioneer Day: Celebrating its 84th anniversary in 2014, Pioneer Day has been a cherished event for generations of Roblans and continues to attract visitors stand as a touchstone and rallying point for Paso Robles High School reunions and family reunions each year. The Pioneer Day Committee’s annual fundraising efforts go to restoring and preserving the stars of the Pioneer Day parade - the antique farm equipment, buggies, carriages and steam engines that make Paso Robles Pioneer Day a one-of-a-kind event.