The 56th Annual Waterville Bullhead Days celebration may look a little bit different this year, but many of the yearly favorites are returning after a year off due to COVID in 2020.
One of the biggest differences will be the absence of a carnival. The Bullhead Days Committee felt they would wait until next year before having the carnival return to the Main Street area.
Returning will be the Miss Waterville Pageant, the Bullhead Stand, Grand Street Parade, the Kids Fishing Contest, and the fireworks display.
“Everything is falling into place,” Bullhead Days Chairman Del Point said. “People have really stepped up to the plate. Everything is really going great. The Waterville Lions Club, the local businesses, and local community members have been very generous with donations.”
This year’s event will start Friday, June 11 with a new event, a Classic Car Roll-In. This roll-in will take place on Main Street and adjacent streets if needed. It will be much like the monthly Hot…