September 27-29, 2013 Dinuba Raisin Harvest Festival
Roseanne Vulch Park
El Monte Way
Raisin Day is held each year the last weekend in September with a big parade and festival on Saturday. The huge parade, carnival rides, live music, food and fun, go on all day from
Raisin Harvest Festival is held at Rose Ann Vuich Park. The event
runs until 11 p.m.
Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Dinuba Memorial Bldg. 6-9 a.m.
Raisin Harvest Parade 10 a.m. Downtown.
Raisin Harvest Festival @ Rose Ann Vuich Park. 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Dinuba Chamber of Commerce celebrates the 100 Year Anniversary of the Raisin Harvest Festival at Rose Ann Vuich Park, Dinuba, CA, located in the heart of the Central Valley.
The week long event starts off with the crowning of Miss Dinuba at Dinuba High
School Hellbaum Auditorium a week before the Raisin Day Festival. The contestant that is selected reigns over
the Raisin Harvest Festival and represents the City of Dinuba throughout the
On Friday, the Raisin Harvest Festival goes into full swing at 4 p.m. at Rose Ann Vuich Park. The air is filled with the delicious aroma wafting above the wide array of multicultural food booths. Craft booths offer unique and handcrafted items for sale at a fair price. The local merchants row offer a sampling of products and services from the Chamber Business Members.
On Saturday, Dinuba Rotary blows the whistle at 10 am starting the Raisin Festival Parade. Spectacular floats, marching bands, horses, clowns and kids meander through Downtown Dinuba. During the two day event, Friday and Saturday, a fabulous line up of non-stop entertainment takes place at Rose Ann Vuich band shell. California Carnival provides thrills and excitement for children of all ages, from the white-knuckler to the wee ones, they have it all. Bring the family and come join in the fun at the 100 Year Anniversary of Dinuba Raisin Harvest Festival.