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Event Calendar
for Sunday 02/23/2020
Time Event Description
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Title: Almond Festival Esparto Activities
Location: Esparto Community Park

ESPARTO ACTIVITIES include a PASSPORT location at The Esparto Regional Chamber of Commerce tent. Stop by the Chamber’s tent to get information on the entire day’s activities.

ESPARTO HIGH SCHOOL CAFETERIA: The Future Farmers of America (FFA) Breakfast is 7:00 am to 11:00 am and open to people of ALL ages.

BOOKS IN BLOOM Book Sale at the Esparto Regional Library is Noon to 4 pm on Saturday, February 22 and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday, February 23.

ESPARTO PARK: Activities including 70 vendors, carnival rides, fun & games for kids, and The CAR SHOW sponsored by the Madison Fire Department. The Vendor time is 8:00 am – 4:00 pm. There is still space for a few more vendors (call 530-787-3242). Master Gardeners will be providing Bee Education on Pollination. Introduction of the Almond Festival Queen and her Court at 10:30 am.

MUSIC in ESPARTO on the PARK: Desert Dan, Tim Slaven, introduction of Almond Festival Queen and her Court, as well as a guest guitarist at 10:00 am – 1:00 pm. Jessica Malone will be playing at 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm. .

The Ravine at Sixteen: Niteliters playing from Noon – 4 pm.

The Esparto Volunteer Fire Department: Tri-Tip sandwiches & beverages for purchase.

Food Trucks will be open for business between the Esparto Park & El Toro Mercado.

Countryside Community Church’s Country Store: Annual Giant Quilt raffle & various vendors for crafts & food.

The Ravine, El Toro Mercado, the Wygold Cafe and Hog Canyon will be open for business.

The MADISON Fire Department will be sponsoring The Car Show to be held near the Esparto Fire Department, just south of the Scout Cabin on S. Grafton Street

The Almond Festival is a gathering place for various motorcycle groups and car clubs from the surrounding region. You will be treated to a wide range of tricked-out and souped-up vehicles throughout the valley.

Contact Phone: 530-787-3242
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