For well over seventy years, and through a few name changes, Feather Fiesta Days has been Oroville’s hometown celebration. Many elements come together to produce this fantastic montage of extraordinary events including the Grand Parade, the Gold Rush Car Show, Downtown Street Fair. The Big Day is always the day before Mother’s Day, but the festivities kick off the weekend before with fun for the whole family.
*How many days is it? In order to make room for all the fun events, Feather Fiesta Days is what we call a “Double Weekender” – celebration starts on Friday & Saturday, May 1-2, and then continues on the following weekend, Friday & Saturday, May 8-9. If you stick around the whole week, you’ll find a lot going on in between too!
May 9 – THE BIG DAY!
The Main Event – A Full Day of Fun for the Whole Family!
Eagles “All You Can Eat” Pancake Breakfast
Oroville Eagles Hall Corner of Myers and Montgomery
Start off the Feather Fiesta Days Big Day with a hearty breakfast! Breakfast includes all the pancakes you can eat, 3 sausage links, coffee, and juice. A donation is required and the proceeds benefit local charities.
Native Sons Of The Golden West Pancake Breakfast with Bloody Mary Bar & Beer Garden
Huntoon & Miner’s Alley
Serving up breakfast in the morning with beer, wine, and cocktails all day long! The Native Sons are engaged in many charitable activities such as historical preservation and the marking of historical sites and landmarks, as well as the support of preservation efforts throughout the state, to keep alive the rich history of California. They also donate to hospitals who help children born with cleft palates and other craniofacial anomalies. Come support this great organization.
Downtown Oroville Gold Rush Street Fair
Historic Downtown Oroville Myers and Montgomery
The Downtown Oroville Business Association invites the community to come and enjoy food, games, local information, and craft booths in the Gold Rush Lot. A model for small-town America, Oroville’s downtown area has much to offer with over 100 small businesses. The area includes quaint offerings from antique shops to art galleries. In Oroville, today and yesterday come together in a very special way.
Oroville Docents Craft Fair
Sank Park Montgomery and Huntoon
The Oroville Docents Crafts Fair is in Sank Park. Come enjoy the beauty of the park along with local handmade crafts, coffee, and donuts.
Exchange Club Grand Parade
The Grand Parade is small-town charm and pride at its best. This includes floats, marching bands, local community groups, cars, horses, and even the occasional llama.
Gold Rush Car Show
Historic Downtown Oroville 1489 Myers St, Oroville
The Oro Dam Cruisers put on one of the best vintage car shows in California. Proceeds go to local nonprofit projects and charities.
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