Each year since about 1932 Anza has held this annual event. Legend has it that it started as a way to support the local volunteer fire station and new truck. Regardless the tradition has lived on and it's always different each year with classic cars, floats, horses, tractors, etc coming down the street in the parade.
Since 1976 the local Anza Lions Club has kept this proud tradition alive and in 2006 the other organizations were invited to own various parts of Anza Days. The Chamber of Commerce arranges entertainment in the park, the ACIL arranges the vendor booths the Community Hall holds the Friday night dinner, and the Thimble Club provides the Saturday breakfast.
The Anza Lions take great pride in continuing the towns Anza Days Parade!
The parade always starts at 11 o'clock with as much fan faire as we can muster. It's a great family day brought to you by the many volunteers and good hearted people of our small town.