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Youth Volunteer Reconition

Event Performers

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2015 - Janie Wolicki
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2017
- Holly Kean
2018 - Oscar Aguilar

Tiller Days Parade
The Tustin Tiller Days Parade, starts at the corner of Main and Pacific streets, and ends at the festival grounds. Celebrity Grand Marshals, floats, high school and middle school bands, tractors, horses, and civic groups will wind their way through beautiful downtown Tustin, passing many historic homes and buildings. Band, equestrian, and civic awards are presented immediately following the parade on the Main Stage of the Festival.


2018 Main Street Judges - Gretchen Whisler, Susie McIntosh, Pete Beatty, Judy Siegel, Don Berkenheimer

Random Tiller Days Photos

By Year
1957 - 1958 - 1959 - 1960 - 1961 - 1962 - 1963 - 1964 - 1965 - 1966 - 1967 - 1968 - 1969 - 1970 - 1971

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Bill Moses
Bill Moses devoted almost 40 years of effort to projects bettering Tustin, helping to form a Chamber of Commerce, assisting Gerry Beck in establishing the Tustin Area Woman’s Club, helping to gain an off ramp from the 5 Freeway at Newport Avenue, and the victorious vote for sewer bonds on the third try. He was the spark behind the first Tiller Days celebration and was 1958 Tustin Area Man of the Year.
(From TustinHistory.com)