LINDSAY, Calif. (KFSN) -- A South Valley town is celebrating a nearly 100-year-old tradition.
The Lindsay Orange Blossom Festival held its 91st annual parade and festival this weekend.
The festival was started back in 1932 around the time of the Great Depression.
It is meant to be a reminder of the orange blossom or the start of spring and harvest.
Each year between 3,000-5,000 people show up to enjoy the parade, music and a carnival.
Our very own Kassandra Gutierrez was the emcee.