The Durham Rotary Club Proudly Presents...
39th Annual
Durham Harvest Festival

Help Support our Sponsors

Abshier and Son
Air Spray USA
Agri Electric
Aquarian Leasing
Butte Creek Country Club
Butte County Rice Growers Association
Chico Electric

Chico Locker & Sausage Co, Inc
Chico Scrap Metal
CPM – Commercial Pump & Mechanical
Dahlmeier Insurance
Durham Auto Parts
Durham Community Foundation
Durham Pump
Durham Veterinary Clinic

Eagle Security
Ellis Art and Engineering
Feather Falls Casino Brewing Co.
Fenn Farms
Golden State Farm Credit
Gorrill Ranch
Guy Rents
Lamalfa, Doug
Midway Mini-Storage
Miller Glass
MJB Wilding
North Valley Ag. Services

Oroville Ford
PM Dusters
Pro Pacific Fresh
Rancho Esquon
Raymond James - Steve Heithecker

Save Mart Foods
Sierra Nevada Brewery
SouthAM Orchards, LLC
Spiteri’s Deli
State Farm Insurance - Chris Hatch
Stricker, Joe, DDS
The Worm Farm
Thomas Manufaturing

Tri-Counties Bank
Wittmeier Ford


Becoming a Sponsor

Harvest Festival Sponsor Letter

Harvest Festival Sponsor Form

Sunday, September 16, 2018
In the beautiful tree-covered grassy Durham Community Park, Durham-Dayton Highway

Car Show    Arts and Craft Fair
 Pancake  Breakfast,   BBQ,   Live Music,  Antique Farm Equipment Show,    Lots of Kids Activities

     Members of the Durham Rotary Club are very excited that the 2018 Durham Harvest Festival will be bigger and better than ever. Funds raised from the event go back into the Durham Community for scholarships and local projects.  

     We anticipate that Festival highlights will be similar to last year.  From 7 to 11 a.m. the popular pancake breakfast will be  cooked and served by Rotary members. Then at 11 a.m. lunch starts with hot dogs, tri tip sandwich, and beverages.

     At 9 a.m. the Arts and Crafts Fair will begin, with artisans selling their wares until 4 p.m.  We expect around 40 participants this year with many talented artisans returning year after year.  Arts and Craft Fair application.

     The unique Car Show is a feast for the eyes with its display of antique cars, trucks, custom cars and muscle cars.  Because of space limitations, the car show will be limited to 200 cars.  The car show begins at 9 a.m.  For participants, the tree covered  Park is great for for settling in with your friends in a group setting. The Festival is a great family event with activities for all ages.   Car Show application.

     The restored tractors and engines are a very popular part of the day’s events.  As in the past, the engines will be restored and operating.  

     Other feature this year will include MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.

     Durham Rotary invites any Durham Organizations who would like to participate in the festival to contact them.  If you have a possible activity to raise funds for your group, Rotary would like to hear from you to discuss how you can participate.  Contact Larry Bradley at (530) 864-0795 or email  For Car Show information, please contact Gary Younie Jr with the Chico Strollers Car Club at (530) 570-9887 or email


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