On August 13, 1921, a road between Winlock and Cowlitz Corner was completed. There was a big celebration commemorating the event, and since Winlock was becoming quite a famous poultry center, they decided to call the celebration “Winlock Poultry and Egg Day.” There were about 1,000 people present at the celebration. Today this annual community tradition draws locals and visitors alike kicking off the start of the summer season. The festival features a parade with creatively decorated floats, marching bands, and local organizations showcasing their pride and creativity. Families can enjoy the annual car show, live entertainment, and explore local vendors.
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