Auburn Community Festival

At the Auburn Community Festival, we feature quality live music, giant pumpkin and scarecrow contests and more.

At the Auburn Community Festival,  featured quality live music, giant pumpkin and scarecrow contests, arts and crafts booths showcasing local artisans and a costume contest and parade for young and old alike. There are carnival games and pony rides for kids, food and vendor booths hosted by local nonprofits and Auburn’s own Sugar Plump Fairies are out in friendly force.  The Festival produces a day of wholesome activities that cater to the entire family. And it’s free, thanks to our generous sponsors.

  • Hours Check the website for current dates & times
  • Address Recreation Park 123 Recreation Drive, Auburn, CA 95603
  • Phone 530-885-8461
  • Website Auburn Community Festival
  • Giant Pumpkin Contest
  • Costume Contest
  • Arts & Crafts Booths

From I-80 Exit Hwy 49, go to the right, turn briefly onto Hwy 49, then turn right onto Lincoln Way.  At the signal, turn left onto Auburn-Folsom Road, then right onto Racetrack Street, then left onto Recreation Drive and arrive at destination.

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