The 36th Annual Petaluma Butter & Egg Days Parade & Celebration

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Historic Downtown
Petaluma, CA

10:00 AM to 5:00 PM
The Parade Starts at 12:00 Noon




Participant Exhibitor Type Space #
Amy Rose More Illustration Handmade Artist 024
Tamacino Handmade Artist 025
Art Naturally Speaking Handmade Artist 026
Zoe Chen Design Handmade Artist 027
Tahoe Wood Maps Handmade Artist 028
Diamond Certified (American Ratings Corporation) Sponsor 029
Clover-Stornetta Farms Local Sponsor 032-33
Committee On the Shelterless  Local Non-Profit 034
Wyndham Vacation Resorts Sponsor 035
Henry Curtis Ford Local Sponsor 036
Wholeself Health Small Commercial Business 037
100 Acre Co Handmade Artist 038
Aquamarine Handmade Artist 039
Love A Bee LLC Small Commercial Business 040
Stuart Ratcliff Handmade Artist 041
Kritter Klips Handmade Artist 042
The Beauty Within Handmade Artist 043
Chico Upcycle Designs Handmade Artist 044
Ambrz Art Handmade Artist 045
Mama Bears Makings Handmade Artist 046
Color Me Cutie Face Painting Handmade Artist 053
Sublime Kreations Handmade Artist 054
Buffalo Wild Wings Local Sponsor 055
Sonoma Clean Power Local Sponsor 070
McDonald Ranch, Inc Non Profit 073
Winning Ways Sponsor 074
Comcast/Xfinity Local Sponsor 075
Friedman’s Home Improvement Local Sponsor 076-77
StatementSF Handmade Artist 078
Straus Family Creamery Local Sponsor 080
Peruvian Treasures Handmade Artist 082
La Tercera Elementary School Local Non-Profit 085
Culture Shock Wholesale/Importer Artist 108
Rip City Riders Non-Profit 109
Northern Lights Handmade Artist 110
Boy Scouts of America Miwok District Non Profit 111
San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge Local Non-Profit 113
Tangleweeds Handmade Artist 114
Wells Fargo Local Sponsor 116
JuneStones Handmade Artist 118
4-H Chicken Run 5k & 4-H Chickenque Non Profit 119
Dusty Rose Designs Handmade Artist 131
Petaluma Film Alliance Local Non Profit 132
Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) Local Non-Profit 133
Redwood Credit Union Local Sponsor 134
Petaluma Arts Association  Local Non-Profit 135
Lula Roe Clothing Local Business 140
Lakeville Firefighters Association  Local Business 141-42
Coldwell Banker Petaluma Local Merchant 144
A.T. Cosmetic Tattoo Local Merchant 145
Petaluma Kids Dental Care Local Merchant 146
Don Francisco’s Coffee Sponsor 147
Batteries Plus Bulbs Local Merchant 155
Orange Theory Fitness Local Merchant 157
Welk Resorts Sponsor 158
Jubilee Jumps Kids Activities 2nd Street
PlanetXone Kids Activities 2nd Street
Party Jump Small Commercial Business A lot – left
Jumpin Jacks Kids Activities A Lot- right
7-11 Lions Club Local Food breakfast
Sonoma Teriyaki  Food Vendor F-a-b-c
Caribbean Spices Food Truck Local Food Truck F-D
Crab Fiesta, LLC Food Vendor F-E
Trader Jim’s Local Food Truck F-G
Aunt Betty’s Corn Dogs Food Vendor F-H
Aroma Concessions Food Vendor F-i
Petaluma Poultry’s Rocky and Rosie Donovan Advertising and Marketing Services Local Sponsor F-J
The Wurst Food Vendor F-K
Kona Ice of North Marin Food Truck F-L
Fuel Catering Co. Food Truck F-M
M+M Vending “Lucky Pop Kettle Corn” Local Food Vendor F-N
Mike Hutslar Food Vendor F-O
Tacos los 3 Hermanos Local Food Vendor F-P & F-S
Mountain Mikes Pizza Local Food F-R
Which Cheese Local Food Truck F-T


Petaluma’s Butter & Eggs Parade and Celebration is in its 36th year and is one of the most beloved traditions in Downtown Petaluma.  It celebrates the region’s rich agricultural history as one of the premier dairy regions in the country.

Together with the Petaluma River, eggs and dairy products created an economy that turned Petaluma into one of the most prosperous communities in the state in the early 1900s. The event typically draws over 25,000 attendees.

The community parade showcases the best of Petaluma and Petaluma’s history. The 100-unit parade features over 3,000 participants, more than a hundred volunteers and supports every aspect of community life.

Activities before, during and after the parade include four blocks of exhibit space for arts and crafts exhibitors, food vendors offering a wide variety of festival foods, sponsor booths, community and non-profit booths and a large area to entertain youngsters with inflatables, rides, and hands-on activities. Don’t miss this great opportunity to participate in one of the North Bay’s largest events.

To request accommodations for persons with disabilities or if you have communication needs such as large print, braille or sign language interpreters, please call 1-800-310-6563 or fax us at 415-456-6436 at least three weeks prior to the event.

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