The city of Walnut Creek continues to celebrate its centennial with the 77th annual Walnut Festival. Find family-friendly activities, two stages of live music, a carnival with more than 30 rides, a beer garden and more, Thursday through Sept. 21.
During the weekend, there will be free fishing in the lake. And on Saturday, downtown’s charming Main Street will host a free twilight parade at 6 p.m. At the festival earlier that day, from noon to 6 p.m., find classic cars at a one-day show. It all takes place at the 100-acre Heather Park Farm, at 301 North San Carlos Drive. For more information about the Walnut Festival, visit www.thewalnutfestival.org.
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