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Posted on: January 13, 2020

Planning Underway for 81st Annual Azalea Festival

The City of Brookings is looking for Azalea Festival Sponsors.

The Azalea Festival is a long time Memorial weekend community event that celebrates the beauty of the Southern Oregon coast and has been awarded the “The Oregon Heritage Tradition” award. This year with new coordination sponsors are being sought to make it the most memorable Azalea Festival yet. 

The community celebrates with weekend activities that include the Azalea Festival Parade, Street Fair, Curry County Cruisers Car Show, Air Show, Chamber Shrimp Feed, Memorial Day Service, Rock the Chetco at Chetco Brewery, Elks deep pit BBQ, Art Show, Quilt Show, Library Book Sale, Flower/Plant Sale, Mason’s Pancake Breakfast and the beautiful blooming azaleas of Azalea Park. New events planned include: Azalea Park Family Fun Events, live music concerts, a street dance and a Sunday Community Church service.

Becoming a sponsor as a business or individual is possible with sponsorship funds being used for market advertising and event costs.  Advertising will be through television, radio, print, and social media reaching people in the Rogue Valley, Klamath Basin and Eureka areas to bring visitors to our area and customers to businesses. Customers who stay, eat, shop, and become better acquainted, will return and encourage friends and family to visit throughout the summer season to enjoy and discover the many wonderful things our area has to offer.  

Sponsorship Information Packets are available at City Hall, 898 Elk Drive and on the City of Brookings website under at:  https://or-brookings2.civicplus.com/342/Azalea-Festival.

Please contact Amber Nalls at 541-469-1137 or analls@brookings.or.us for more information.


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