The Corcoran Chamber of Commerce hosts several community events throughout the year...join the fun in Corcoran!
Online registration is now closed. Registration is $40 at the corner of Whitley and King Avenues May 15, 2021. See you at the show!
Booth spaces are 10'x10' and vendors must provide their own tables, tents and power sources. Vendor set up time will be 4:30-5:30 p.m. with the market running from 5:30-8:30 p.m. For the safety of attendees, all vendors must be set up by 5:30 p.m.
The annual Cotton Festival is Corcoran's largest event, with the day kicking off with a parade down Whitley Avenue. The day includes live entertainment, cornhole tournament, food, craft & information vendors, children's games, carnival, soccer tournament...and so much more! Being this event is in the middle of a park, all vendors must provide their own source of power (generator). Vendor spaces are 10'x10' and vendors are required to bring their own tables, tents, chairs, etc. Vendor pricing includes the $15 mandatory insurance fee. All food vendors are required to hold a Kings County Health Department Permit (available at the Chamber office, or the Kings County Health Department)
A huge thank you to our friends at Valley Ag Boosters for your generours donation of a 220+ pound pig from the Tulare County Fair! Purchase your $10 WIN a PIG Ticket for a chance to win a custom cut and packaged pig ready for your freezer. Delivery available upon request. Tickets limited to 300 sold.
Awesome prizes, snack bar and tons of laughter will be on hand at the Cotton Festival BINGO Tournament! Additional single game tickets may be purchased at the door. Pre-Sale tickets save $5/package and includes 1 set of 9 games (3 games per sheet for regular BINGO) and a complimentary soft drink.
Doors open at 12:00 p.m.;games begin at 12:30; last game to be called at 4:00 p.m.
Must be 18 years or older to enter Kate Boswell Center during BINGO hours.
The Corcoran Christmas Tree Lighting and Parade holds a special place in the hearts of all Corcoran residents. 2021 marks the 102nd tree to be placed downtown for the community to enjoy. The evening includes a parade, tree lighting, food, craft and information booths, as well as a visit with Santa in the gazebo. Vendors must supply their own source of electricity (generator), tables, tents and chairs. All food vendors must obtain a Kings County Health Department permit (available at the Chamber office or the Kings County Health Department).