Escondido History Center
The Grape Day Festival and Parade
takes place on the Saturday after Labor Day.
Join us for Grape Day on September 6, 2014.
For early birds, the Grape Day 5k fun run at 7:30 is the way to start your day.
The short Grape Day Parade begins at
9:30 on Grand Avenue and travels from Escondido Blvd to Juniper. It includes marching bands, walking groups, equestrians and historic
The festival in the park is from 9:30 until 4pm.
It features grape stomping, free grapes, an entertainment
stage, demonstrations, contests, fun zone, gourmet food trucks, vendor booths, wine and craft beer pavilion, and more!
Day started in 1908 as a way to celebrate Escondido's grape harvest and promote the city. Grape Day flourished until 1950, and
then died for a variety of reason. It was revived by the History Center in 1996 and once again brings our community together
Join us September 6, 2014 for another wonderful Grape Day!
Parade on Grand Ave Fun
stomping vat Boy
Scout rope bridge
Gunny sack races for the kids
Lots of vendor booths for the adults
war encampment Artist-made banners
decorating the park
A big thank you to our 2013 Grape Day Sponsors:
County Board of Supervisors
at the request of
Supervisor Dave Roberts