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Annual Events

There’s lots to do in Lindsay year round, but these annual events are looked forward to year-round. The Chamber hopes that while you’re here you get a chance to participate in some of our annual events.


Lindsay Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet is held on a Saturday at the end of January.


The fate of the Farmers Market is unknown.


The Annual Orange Blossom Festival is held in April. It is a week-long event with lots of Family Fun activities. For the latest on the Festival, please see the official Orange Blossom Festival Website.


Lindsay Community Theater Brewfest is held on the last Saturday of September. For the latest news about the Brewfest, please visit the Lindsay Community Theater website.


The Annual Menudo & Pozole Cook-off is held early in October on a Saturday. It pits teams of the area’s best chefs against each other for prizes. Information is posted in our website Calendar and on our Facebook page.

Another annual event held at the end of October (Usually on Oct. 31st) is the Harvest Festival. The hugely popular event features a live DJ, free trick or treats, free carnival games, and free bouncy houses. First, second and third place special awards will be given to the best homemade recyclable costume.


The Que’n for Kids Annual Cook-off is held early in November. The event raises funds to fund the annual Santa Claus night, when Lindsay Police officers and Santa Claus give away gifts to underprivileged children. The event features a barbecue cook-off as well as entertainment, vendors and kids games.

Also in November is the annual Wedding & Quinceañera Expo held at McDermott X. For details, please return to our website in November for all the most up-to-date news.

The Lindsay Chamber Angel Tree begins in November and runs through mid December. For details, please see the December annual events post.


The Lindsay Chamber Angel Tree continues from November through mid December. The Angel Tree program allows members of the community to become more involved; allowing them to give holiday joy to seniors in need who would otherwise be left out without a Christmas. You can make a difference by bringing joy to those less fortunate! This noble cause begins by placing an Angel ornament on or Christmas Angel Tree in the Chamber of Commerce’s office. Each ornament represents a needy senior citizen, who may not be able to receive a joy of Christmas without this program. Anyone is more than welcome to take one or more ornaments off the tree, purchase a small gift for the individual, whose name is on the back of the angel.
The Angel Tree will be at the Lindsay Chamber of Commerce in early November.

On the annual Santa Claus Night Lindsay Police officers and Santa Claus give away gifts to underprivileged children. The citizens of Lindsay make sure that no child goes without a toy.

The Tree Lighting and Christmas Parade at City Hall will be held on a Friday night in mid December.To Enter a Float or other entry, please download and fill out the parade entry form and submit it to the Lindsay Chamber as soon as possible.