Overly Tired Toddlers can rest and refresh at Cypress Festival booths 914/915

Planning on having an exciting day at the Cypress Community Festival?

Do you expect to have an Overly Tired Toddler on the day of the event?

Come and visit the Cypress Library Stay and Play area, located at booths 914/915.

Children 36 months and younger can take a break with their caregiver and play with some developmentally appropriate toys and enjoy a little quiet time.

Caregivers, please remember, you must stay with your child while visiting the Stay and Play area.

The Cypress Library Staff look forward to having you visit.

A message from the Chair of the Cypress Community Festival Association

Celebrating 39 years of Family Fun

Welcome to the 39th annual Cypress Community Festival.

My family and I have been blessed to be involved in this great event for 29 years. I am honored to serve as your Festival Chair.

Our Festival is known as the largest one-day festival in Orange County and we have a strong sense of Community represented in this day. With a 5k and 10K run, local entertainment, over 100 booths with original items for sale and information about local non-profits, the famous Kiwanis pancake breakfast, chili cook-off, car show, children’s rides and games, coloring contest awards, and the police K-9 expo I am confident you will have a great time.

Don’t forget the Chamber Business expo, lots of food and most of all FUN!

We are honoring Gloria Livingston this year. She is known as the FIRST festival chair, but her involvement continues on even today.

Help celebrate your Community. Join us in this event and its planning. It is largely a volunteer-run event that transforms our 22-acre park to welcome our neighbors and guests. We welcome you and hope you return each year.

Catherine Youngerman Hernandez
Cypress Community Festival Chair

2018 Cypress Festival Association wrap-up meeting

The 2018 Cypress Festival Association held a wrap-up meeting at the Cypress Senior Center on Wednesday, September 19.

Committee chairs shared what they knew about how things went right, and how things went astray at the 2018 Cypress Community Festival.

For what went right, the Association members talked over how to make them even better.

For what went astray, Association members suggested how to keep things on track for the 2019 Festival.

The next meeting of the Festival Association will be on January 16, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. at the Cypress Senior Center. You are invited to attend if you would like to help organize the Festival.

If you have comments or suggestions about the 2018 Festival, or would like to offer suggestions for the 2019 Festival, email the Cypress Community Festival Association at info@cypressfestival.com!

It’s a wrap!

It was a long, long, long day — but by 6 p.m. the Festival grounds were empty of Festival goers, entertainers, and vendors.

The Cypress Festival Association would like to thank everyone for coming by — we look forward to seeing all y’ll next year on July 27, 2019, the last Saturday in July.