Pear Festivals in 2021: Where, When and More to Find an Pear Festival Near You!
Looking for a Pear festival in March 2021? There is no other listing as
complete and current as this list, just updated! Pear festivals are held through the United States,
Canada, Britain, and
Australia and much of the world. All the Pear
festivals we can find are listed on this page!
If you love pears, look for a festival near you below! And I'm
looking for more Pear festivals! Please write me, if
you know of any to add! I update the dates as soon as the festivals
publish their information, but you can always click on the links (usually
the name of the festival) to see the current information on the festival's
Especially this year, due to Coronavirus, be sure to click on the
links (the blue, underlined name of the each festival) to confirm this
year's dates on the website for each festival. If they don't have a
website, call the phone number provided, but ALWAYS CONFIRM THIS YEAR'S
DATES AND TIMES BY EITHER VIEWING THEIR WEBSITE OR CALLING.
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Pear Festivals in 2021: Where, When and More to Find an Pear Festival Near You!
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Superior Arizona Prickly Pear Festival - Saturday
in mid-August from 7 am to 9 pm
165 West Main Street,
Superior, Arizona 85173. . OK, the prickly pear is the fruit of
a cactus and nothing like the other fruit pear, but hey, there
aren't many of either festival! So this annual event originated
from our friends at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum- A World Class
Botanical Garden! (Located just 3 mi. East of Superior on U.S.
60) . The event begins Saturday morning with our local VFW
serving a pancake breakfast with prickly pear syrup from 7:00 am
- 11:00 am. Located on 405 Main Street. Retail vendors, Guest
Speakers and information booths will be located at the Town Hall
- 199 N. Lobb, Ave. from 9:00am - 5:00pm, along with a "Youth
Pageant" from 10:00am - 1:00pm.
Food demos will be
held at the Sr. Center at 360 W Main Street from 9:00am - 5:00pm
The "Cactus Lounge" will be held in the Chamber of Commerce
office at 165 Main Street. Featuring local artists,
entertainment, prickly pear libations and refreshments from
11:00am - 5:00pm. Followed by "Tapas and Beverages" with live
music from fromTrio Salado 6:00pm - 9:00pm.
Courtland Pear Fair - Always the last Sunday in July; the 37th
Annual Pear Fair will be Sunday, July 26, 2009 from 9 am to 7 P.M
P.O. Box 492, Courtland, CA 95615. Phone: (916) 775-2000. Directions:
located in the Sacramento River Delta town of Courtland, located just 20
minutes south of Sacramento, off Hwy 160.
Click here for directions and a map. The fair offers a wide range of
entertainment for everyone and a scrumptious food court with many foods
to choose from! Be sure to get your slice of pear pie and pear smoothies
early before they sell out! To quench your thirst, join us in the Coors
Beer and Ehrhardt Wine Garden for a cold refreshing pear beer or taste
some of the local wines of the delta. Don't forget to take home your
souvenir wine glass! Be sure to catch our Parade at 1:00 pm, you will
want a good seat for this great tradition! As the day goes on be sure to
sit back and enjoy one of the great bands featured at the fair! Free
Admission - $10 parking fee -A portion of the proceeds benefit
educational scholarships & the Courtland Volunteer Fire Association.
Ample parking is provided by the Courtland Volunteer Fire Dept. The Pear
Fair offers a wide range of entertainment for everyone. Be sure to see
their website to get a taste of what's in store for this year's Annual
Pear Fair! Proceeds benefit educational scholarships
- Kelseyville Pear Festival - held on the last Saturday in September.
Kelseyville, CA 95451. Phone: (707) 349-3223. Email:
We feature anything from delicious pear pies, smooth cool pear shakes,
and bowls of creamy pear ice cream along with a variety of other
delicious street vendor treats! The Kelseyville Pear Festival has over
100 craft and food vendors, and special exhibits filling the town, like
musicians and dancers on three stages, . In recent years, it has been a
pleasure to welcome nearly 10,000 visitors. There is also a Tractor and
Engine Show, fine art shows, and areas for the children. History of
Kelseyville farming, pioneer families and special events are on display
in Pear Square.. There is a Parade - Kicking off the day's events, the
parade is chock full of kids, tractors, horse drawn wagons, antique
cars, floats, and featured in the parade, the Grand Marshall and the
Prince and Princess of the Festival. A Horse Faire - Have you always
wanted to know more about horses? What is required to keep a horse? What
different breeds are known for? What are horse people in Lake County
doing to promote and preserve the area for the horse industry and
recreation? There are contests, like a Dessert Contest - Do you have a
signature Pear dessert recipe that's better than anything else out
there? Enter the Pear Dessert Contest ! Winners receive gift
certificates to local restaurants and have a featured spot in the
Parade! Even a Pear Pie Eating Contest. Plus The Kick off Farm to Fork
family-style dinner served down the middle of Main Street Kelseyville
and followed by a Street Dance on Friday, September 28, 2018. Tickets go
on sale July 1. See our website for more information. (UPDATED: May 23,
- Moraga Annual Pear Harvest - held on the first weekend
in August (Saturday and Sunday) 9:00 am to 2:00 pm
Middle School, 1010 Camino Pablo, Moraga, CA 94556. Directions: At the
orchard next to Joaquin Moraga Middle School, Come pick pears for
the Contra Costa Community Bank and for your table. Meet at the corner
of Canyon Rd and Camino Pablo. Wear sturdy shoes or boots. Pear picking
tools will be provided.o. This acre has 100 year old pear trees! The
annual Moraga Pear Harvest will be at the orchard next to Joaquin Moraga
Middle School. The Moraga Park Foundation organizes the harvest and
donates the pears to the county food bank. Every year Moraga donates
about 10,000 pounds of pears were harvested by volunteers and donated to
the Contra Costa and Solano Counties Food Bank.
- Moraga Annual Pear Festival - held on the last Saturday in
September from 10 AM to 4 PM.
Joaquin Moraga Middle School, 1010
Camino Pablo, Moraga, CA 94556. The event features live music,
food, children's activities, pear recipe contest, and sale of pear pies.
It is a Family event with music, artists booths, pear cooking contest,
children's activities, and sale of pear pies. Entertainment at the
Festival will consist of local bands during the afternoon. A limited
quantity of fabulous Pear Pies will be sold; whole or by the slice! Pear
Pie sales start at 10:00 AM at the Moraga Park Foundation tent.
There is a Pear Recipe Contest - Entries must be delivered by noon,
including the prepared dish, recipe instructions, contestant's name,
addres and phone. Contest winners will be announced at band shell at
1:00 PM. All ages are encouraged to enter. Children's games and
activities; Entertainment at band shell including an afternoon concert.
The Moraga Pear Festival celebrates the heritage of the Moraga Valley
that was once covered with pear orchards. One section of the pear
orchards still stands at the corner of Canyon Road and Camino Pablo.
This acre has 100 year old pear trees!
- Medford Pear Blossom Fair and Parade - mid-April weekend,
Friday: Noon to 10 pm, Saturday: 7 am to 5 pm
Medford, Medford, OR. Phone: 541-840-8007. Email:
[email protected]. Since 1954, tens of
thousands of southern Oregon locals have cherished the Pear
Blossom Festival and its many events..Through it's 65 year
history associated events have been added, including the
Scholarship Pageant, Run and Street Fair. In recent years, the
Pear a Fare (local artisan food& beverage tent) and the Smudge
Pot Stroll (downtown restaurant event) have been added to make
"The Pear Blossom" a true "Festival". We are very excited for
2018 to give even more of our community an opportunity to be
involved in Medford's oldest tradition!
The Pear Blossom
Parade - Saturday at 11 am in Downtown Medford. The Parade
has grown from 20 wagons and youngsters in the first event to
today's 150 entries with 4000 participants and 25-30,000
enthusiasts lining the parade route. The Pear Blossom is a
pillar in our community emphasizing family values, commitment
and pride in our Rogue Valley. Scholarships for area high school
senior girls have been a hallmark of the Festival Association
since 1991. The Parade starts at Beatty & Central, proceeds down
Central Avenue, turns right onto West Main Street and begins
dispersing at Mistletoe. Parking to view parade will be the side
streets surrounding the parade route.