The Orange Blossom Festival is right around the corner, April 18-26, and we can't wait. Get ready for a week of outstanding activities in celebration of the Orange Blossom.
This will be the 83rd annual celebration.
LaWanda Wollenman has been named the 2015 Orange Blossom Festival Honored Person. A 25-mile bike ride will kick off the day of the parade. Some of the planned activities include a 5K/10K Fun Run, LoBue Bros & Fire Truck Museum Tour, Orange Bake Off, and of course the Orange Blossom Festival Parade and Carnival. OBF T-shirts are on sale now for $10 at Tony's Pizza, Lindsay Chamber of Commerce, or call Frances Loyd 559.333.0529. Presale Carnival tickets will go on sale at Bob's Frosty King starting Friday, April 17th.
For a list of upcoming activities and other announcements, see the Orange Blossom Festival website.
Cradled in the foothills of the Sierras, surrounded by the world's best producing farmland, alive with history and culture, lies Lindsay, "the heartbeat of the Central Valley." This charming, sophisticated and beautiful city is known throughout the world for its famous olives and orange groves.
Lindsay is a unique blend of the past and the present, whether it's business suits or blue jeans...people from all walks of life can find an environment to suit their lifestyles. The city itself is alive with the community spirit, street festivals, theater, museums, murals, and parades. It is the hub of health and fitness, a city of timeless treasures and sophisticated services.
Lindsay's beautiful downtown, rich in history, offers a delightful shopping and browsing experience. In the heart of this area is the McDermont Field House, the premier sports and entertainment destination in the Central Valley. Originally a fruit packinghouse, it has been transformed into a state-of-the-art, 172,000 square ft venue where families can spend time together, be active and have fun.
Great shopping abounds in all areas of Lindsay with shopping districts on the east, west and north sides of town, and the downtown area. Lindsay is also a great place to set up business.
Take a moment to explore Lindsay and discover the beauty, the culture and the people that make Lindsay the place to be in the Central Valley.
The Lindsay Chamber of Commerce provides access to information of many local businesses, relocation information and visitor information. Search the directory to find a specific business.