If you want to experience the true essence of charming Geyserville….

Then attending our annual May Day Festival is a must.

 

The Geyserville Chamber of Commerce is a proud sponsor of the event.

 

It’s hard to believe that our time honored annual tradition dates back to 1925.  

The Geyserville community invites visitors to gather and celebrate spring’s beautiful rejuvenation.

Key Event Details:

 

1. Admission is FREE!  

Noon – 4:00pm

Located at the beautiful Hoffman Picnic Grounds.  

A large grassy area surrounded by picturesque vineyards.

 

2. Come Hungry!

The Geyserville Kiwanis Club invites:

local chefs, wineries, and organizations to participate in a Rib Cook-Off Competition.

This is serious business.  

Fifteen teams work hard to perfect their version of the best ribs you’ve ever tasted.

Past participants include:

  • Pech Merle Winery
  • Geyserville Fire Department
  • Mercury Winey
  • Wilson Artisan Wineries
  • Kiwanis and Odd Fellows of Geyserville

There is a minimal cost to sample each team’s ribs, and it is well worth it!

Don’t forget to cast your vote for the People’s Choice Award.

Winning teams last year received an engraved belt buckle.

3. Bring The Kids!

 

 

Games, face painting, crafts, and a rock climbing wall!

 

 

A jump room delivers fun for all.

 

4. Enjoy the Entertainment!

The original May Pole from 1925 is brought out and stands in all her tall and colorful glory.


 

Adorable local students dance around the May Pole.

 

 

Middle School students wow with Ballet Folklorico dancing.

 

A hilarious egg toss will have you in stitches.  

Watch as several participants inevitably get splattered with egg goop.

 

Also peruse the Geyserville History Display.

 

 

And LIVE Music!

 

5. Warm and Fuzzy Feelings!

All event proceeds benefit community non-profit groups.

DON’T FORGET TO MARK May 5th on your calendar.

Make this year’s May Day Festival part of your yearly traditions.

Geyserville is truly the most charming and welcoming community.

Priding ourselves in having real-small-town-flair!