April 1, 2023
850 N. Elmwood
Lindsay, CA 93247
Annual Lindsay Orange Blossom Festival Parade
4 main events are Parade, Carnival, Car Show & Bake Off
Floats, Equestrian Units, Marching Bands, Drill Teams, Classic Cars, Community Groups and more!
Route: Starts at Honolulu/Elmwood intersection, then heads north on Elmwood until it reaches the city park.
Carnival at Lindsay Park
Usually opens on Wednesday of the week of Festival
Festival 11 a.m.-5 p.m. | Carnival closes 10 p.m.
5k and 10k fun-run
Horseshoe Tournament in Lindsay City Park
8 a.m. Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast Lindsay City Hall Lawn, 251 E. Honolulu St.
Bake-off, Entertainment, Carnival till 10 p.m.
Grab some lawn chairs and the whole family and make a day of it.
In 1932 the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce created Orange Blossom Festival. Each year in the Spring when the sweet fragrance of orange blossoms fills the air, Lindsay (in Tulare County) gears up for the biggest event of the season-- Orange Blossom Festival. Highlights include selecting a Queen and her court, an Honored Couple, a Saturday parade and a celebration in the city park. Not to be forgotten is the Orange Crate Derby down Todd's Hill on Sunday morning (mentioned on the website but not listed under events, so it may be an historical footnote.)
If you see any of these Board Members, thank them for their volunteer
Events are not guaranteed. It is your responsibility to confirm before going.