California Fairs Events
Upcoming Fairs events in California include Colorado River Country Fair in Blythe, Santa Barbara County Fair in Santa Barbara, Merced County Spring Fair in Los Banos, Dixon May Fair in Dixon and High Desert Spring Festival in Ridgecrest.
Upcoming Fairs Events in California
The Colorado River Fair in Blythe, California is a slice of true Americana. It's a classic, and if you're looking for some quality family fun that isn't as commercial as a theme park or a water park, then it's definitely for you.
Santa Barbara County Fair is the perfect occasion to find full-hearted amusement, vibrant enthusiasm and plenty of healthy outdoor attractions that fits every taste. It is the very place to be for those who have a special talent, who seek a sense of achievement through a fair competition, who want to volunteer for a worthy cause, who find pleasure by walking on the bright side of life.
The Merced county Spring Fair in Los Banos California is a welcoming event that celebrates fun, imagination and family. This yearly event has attracted visitors from all over the area for many years.
Tucked away in the town of Dixon, CA lies an event that can't be missed, the Dixon May Fair. Dixon, a city in northern Solano county in California, has held the Dixon May fair for over a hundred years.
The annual High Desert Spring Festival in Ridgecrest, California offers four fun-filled days of entertainment for the whole family. Apart from the usual vendors selling everything from jewelry to toys, tools and pottery, the festival offers more than twenty different types of food from American and international tastes.
For the residents of King City, California it's lots of fun to be at the Salinas Valley Fair, for it brings a change to their routine of life. They enter the colorful fairgrounds and feel happy to see the radiant and smiling faces of the visitors.
The San Bernardino County Fair is the place to be for kids of all ages (0-100), with attractions like creating a wax mold of a pair of lover's hands, attending a different concert each night, going to the petting zoo, seeing the animals perform amazing tricks, riding in the go-carts, or something this particular fair has: the demolition derby! Most fairs have some sort of petting zoo where the signs read "Please Touch, " instead of "Don't Touch." Children can come and enjoy the sensation of running their fingers over a turtle, or a llama, or if they want something more thrilling, they can go and watch the turkey races!
The Glenn County Fair in Orland, California is an annual event occurring in the summer during the third week of May. The events take place over a huge 46 acre venue, where locals and tourists gather for five days, filled with food, drink and entertainment.
Chowchilla-Madera County Fair is a delightful joy and always surprising event to take part in. Celebrating the vitality and sheer exuberance of country life, this notoriously friendly rural festival takes place every year, during the third weekend of May.
Mark Twain would be proud of the Calaveras County Fair and Jumping Frog Jubilee in Angels Camp, California. When he wrote his first published short story celebrating the famous bullfrog named Dan'l Webster in the 1860s, he may not have envisioned the more than 35,000 visitors the event attracts today, but he would undoubtedly recognize the uniquely American spirit the fair represents.
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