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The 26th Morongo Basin Orchid Festival​

Saturday October 7th: 10 am - 5 pm

Sunday October 8th: 10 am - 3 pm

 

Held at Gubler Orchids Inc. 

2200 Belfield Blvd. 

Landers, CA 92285

Self Guided Greenhouse Tours

American Orchid Society Judged Orchid Show

Orchid Classes

Live Entertainment

Wine Tasting

Shari Baby Orchid Beer

Food

Shopping

This year we’ve brought new ideas, vendors and classes to add to the excitement.

 

Decide which of your favorite charities receives the proceeds from your purchases through the use of “Rotary Bucks” given with each sale. 

Don't forget your camera! Take a tour of the orchid filled greenhouses* and see hundreds of orchids blooming- in the desert!

 

Learn and laugh while taking an orchid class where you take home your own orchid or arrangement.  Classes are taught by the Orchid Society of Arizona and Riverside/ San Bernardino Orchid Society.  Click here for class sign ups.   

Indulge your taste buds through Yucca Valley Sunset Rotary Wine tasting, or with a commerative glass of a wine of your choice. 

You will be amazed with the favor of the Shari Baby Orchid Beer.  Shari baby beer is only available at the Orchid Festival.  

Grab lunch or a quick bite from burgers to Carne Asada plates. We added smoked meats from Lovin' Smoke.  Indulge your self with baby back ribs, pulled pork and more.   

 

Enjoy the live music throughout the day.

 

Come out to have a good time while helping the community all while raising funds for charities in the Morongo Basin. 

 

See a Judged Orchid Show
The 5th annual show hosted by the Riverside/ San Bernardino Orchid Society will be at the Orchid festival this year!

Do you have a winner?
The public is invited to show their orchids and have them judged in the show.  For more details click here.

It is very easy to enter the competition.  There will be Orchid Society members on hand to help you register. 
Award winners
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It’s time to mark your calendars for this year’s exciting Festival of Lights Parade on Saturday December 9 in Yucca Valley, sponsored by Yucca Valley Sunset Rotary and the Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce.

 

Wear your warm clothing, bring your chairs, and set up to view the parade starting at 5:30 on Santa Fe Trail between Deer and Inca Trails. There will be toys for the children, hot chocolate and, of course, Santa Claus.

 

Participation is open to organizations and individuals who want to let their light shine for all to see. Entry forms are available at Yucca Valley Chamber of Commerce or download at www. sunsetrotary.com or www. yucca valley.org or. Prizes will be given to entries for “Most Spirit”, “Humorous”, and “Best Lights”. For more information call Sue at (760) 898-1047.

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