Just a reminder! The 91st Annual May Fete Fair will be held at Palo Alto’s Heritage Park (300 Homer Avenue) on Saturday, May 4. It will begin upon the conclusion of the May Fete Parade and will continue until 1pm.
There Fair will include:
29 booths hosted by local businesses and non-profits featuring FREE FUN & GAMES!
Food Trucks (Armadillo Willy’s, Kara’s Cupcakes, MoBowl, The Mulberry Guy, and WeSushi)
The Museum of American Heritage will have antique cars parked on the street, as well as an exhibit in the adjacent Roth Building, and a family fair.
Music by local band, Grounds for Dismissal, Palo Alto School Bands, and the Stanford Marching Band.
The 91st annual Palo Alto May Fete Parade and Fair is quickly approaching. If you are new to the community or have lived here for years, the May Fete Fair is a great place to check out some of the best organizations in our city. Learn more about what is in your city. Many of these organizations will have games for the kids to play, so be sure to bring your kids! This year’s list of booths at Heritage Park includes:
With less than two days to go and the excitement building, we can’t help but keep smiling knowing that the San Jose Earthquakes will being making a stop at the Fair! Q the mascot is participating in the parade and the Quakes Street Team is hosting a booth at the park. Although the players will be in Vancouver busy warming up to play the Vancouver Whitecaps FC, the street team will have Earthquakes freebies and chances to enter a raffle. Fans can catch the game later at 4pm that will be broadcast live on Comcast SportsNet Bay Area.
Saturday, May 5 is shaping up to be a beautiful day, which temperatures in the low to mid 70s. Perfect weather for a beautiful day outdoors at Heritage Park for the May Fete Fair! What better way to capture the day than with the photographers from local Palo Alto start-up, Photo Mambo! Look for their photographers and be sure to take a photo or two, just in time for Mother’s Day!
This year we are ecstatic to announce our extensive line-up for the May Fete Fair! Not only is local company Jufunira Camp leading several fun outdoor activities, we have over 25 fun games, activities, and attractions for you and your family, among them:
Arts and crafts activities including Frisbee Spin Art, face painting, and animal tattoos, balloon artists, and the Palo Alto Art Center Truck;
Games such as a bean bag toss, Wheel of Fortune, relay course and other running games, life-sized Angry Birds game, and a Bounce House;
Foodies will be happy to hear about the fantastic food featured at the fair. Trucks from local gourmet meet-up Edgewood Eats and beyond will be on hand to offer a tantalizing selection to satisfy your taste buds: