Even though the parade was canceled, organizers have added a couple big and very visible additions to the event.
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Music and samples of farm-made apple spirits will be provided and the cafe and bakery will be open.
Admission is $20 per vehicle and includes free popcorn.
The 4-day event is organized by the Puget Sound Antique Tractor and Machinery Association.
Vendor applications will be accepted up to the day before the event.
The events honor those who died while serving in the military.
The parade is now scheduled for Saturday, July 17th.
Unlike in years past, large items such as sofas, will not be accepted.
Government mandates, such as those that forced cancelling last year's event, could require postponing the event yet again but organizers are hopeful that will not happen.