The Annual Sonora Spring Festival will take place on Saturday, April 28th in Historic downtown Sonora.
As spring fills the air, arts and craft vendors will fill the streets of this charming downtown, with a variety of home-made and eclectic wares.
Red Church the icon of downtown will host trinkets and tours, and right across the street the Volunteer Fire Museum, with original 1852 hand-pumper will be BBQ-ing and serving Tri-tip sandwiches with the help of our local fire fighters.
There is a Petting Zoo of baby farm animals and A Bug Zoo will thrill kids of all ages, hold a large hissing cockroach or a hairy tarantula, they also have a fun, yet gross art project of dipping maggots in paint and watch the most interesting art.
Musicians of all varieties are scattered throughout the town, from Gary Katz, the Blonde Tells, Sandy Shoor, and an interesting author Major Mitchel who will sign his novel and sing his country western songs too.
So swing into spring with us as we celebrate this annual event. click here to see the map of the activities
Sonora’s Spring Festival is always the last Saturday in April. The event runs from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm.
The Opera Hall is full of an assortment of entertainment from musicians like Tim McCaffery, Goldsworthy, Kiel Music, Columbia Elementary School, Levi Lowe, plus say Hi to Smokey the Bear! Hands on activities for kids and BYOB. Bring your own bottle and fill it up with natural refreshing water and stay hydrated.
Though main street (Washington St/HWY 49) will not closed there are a few side streets that will be. Click here to view the map of the actitivites.
To participate in this annual event please click here
Pictures from 2017 Spring Festival