Magnolia Arts Art Show
This show was started in 1950 by Marjorie Chamberlain, a local art teacher, to display her students’ paintings. The Sidewalk Art Show was the predecessor to the Magnolia Blossom Festival and the World Championship Steak Cook-off, which brings thousands of visitors to Magnolia. The Sidewalk Art Show is now held inside the Magnolia Arts Center, located on the Square. Also taking place inside the Arts Center this year, a magic show for kids!
5K Race and 1 Mile Fun Run
Lace up your sneakers and stretch out your legs, then join us Saturday morning for the annual Magnolia Blossom Festival 5K Race and the 1 Mile Fun Run. Numerous awards and prizes will be awarded to participants.
Vendors from several states will be on hand selling their hand crafted goods, boutique items, and vintage finds in the market area. From dog visors for Fido to hand ground corn meal for Grandma you are likely to find it for sale here at the Blossom Festival™.
Canine Fun Show
Bring your pups down to the CCAPS Canine Fun Show! Several categories for Fido to be entered it.
This is a Big Bass Tournament. Seven Hourly prizes will be awarded, plus the Grand Prize for largest Bass of tournament.
This isn't your typical beauty pageant, no gowns to be seen here! Instead, contestants use a Blossom Festival Shirt to showcase their unique personalities.
Peoples Bank Treasure Hunt
The annual Treasure Hunt is one of the first events to kick off the week of the Blossom Festival. Clues will begin on Monday and be given each day as to it’s location.
Rods & Ribeyes
Been spending your time restoring that classic car or truck? Well get it polished up and bring it to Magnolia for the Blossom Festival Car Show.
Steak Cook-Off Parade of Cookers
Join us Saturday morning on May 18th for the Parade of Cookers. The parade will begin at 10:00 a.m. at University Plaza and then will make it’s way down Main Street to the Magnolia Square where the cooks will begin setting up for the afternoon's competition.