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PHOTOS: Bonanza Valley Days celebrated

The rumble of cool, classic cars echoed off the storefront buildings as they cruised into their parking spots along Central Avenue North for the 15th annual car and tractor show early Saturday morning.

Youngsters cruise down Hatton Street while taking part in this year's Kiddie Parade during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Youngsters cruise down Hatton Street while taking part in this year's Kiddie Parade during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Macy Moore / West Central Tribune
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BROOTEN — Downtown Brooten was abuzz Saturday morning as the annual Bonanza Valley Days was in full swing.

The rumble of cool, classic cars echoed off the storefront buildings as they cruised into their parking spots along Central Avenue North for the 15th annual car and tractor show early Saturday morning.

Family fun for all ages will continue throughout Saturday and into Sunday for the four-day event. The Grand Day Parade will serve as the final event of the weekend at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday afternoon downtown.

William Heine, 2, checks out the vintage tractors on display while cruising around during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
William Heine, 2, checks out the vintage tractors on display while cruising around during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Macy Moore / West Central Tribune
Attendees browse rows of classic cars at the 15th Annual Car and Tractor Show during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Attendees browse rows of classic cars at the 15th Annual Car and Tractor Show during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Macy Moore / West Central Tribune
Children cruise along in the Kiddie Parade during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Children cruise along in the Kiddie Parade during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Macy Moore / West Central Tribune
Willa Zenzen, 2, and mother Amy Zenzen walks hand in hand through town while taking part in the Kiddie Parade during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Willa Zenzen, 2, and her mother, Amy Zenzen, walk hand in hand through town while taking part in the Kiddie Parade during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Macy Moore / West Central Tribune
Participants ride along Hatton Street while taking part in the Kiddie Parade during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Participants ride along Hatton Street while taking part in the Kiddie Parade during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Macy Moore / West Central Tribune
Members of Miss Brooten Royalty lead the Kiddie Parade through town during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Members of Miss Brooten Royalty lead the Kiddie Parade through town during Bonanza Valley Days in downtown Brooten on Saturday, July 9, 2022.
Macy Moore / West Central Tribune

Macy Moore is an award-winning photojournalist at the West Central Tribune in Willmar, Minnesota.
She can be reached via email: mmoore@wctrib.com or phone: 320.214.4338.
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