Toledo Summer Festival

July 18-21 2019

It’s time to make those summertime plans.

Be sure to reserve time each July for the annual Toledo Summer Festival in Toledo, Oregon!

All the fun events and activities everyone looks forward to each year can be found at the Toledo Summer Festival in July!

2019 Toledo Summer Festival is July 18th-21st 2019, with entry buttons available for sale around town for $8 for three days or $7 for one day. Organizers say to get buttons early, as the festival has been known to sell out before the events.

This year there will be a local logging contest, carnival, food and crafts booths, beer garden, live band, incredible fireworks display, and much more. The parade and fireworks show will be Saturday, July 20th.

Please note that we cannot allow pets, bicycles or skateboards on the field at any time. This policy is needed for the safety of everyone, including your pet. Service animals are allowed on the field with proper uniform and/or paperwork.

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Toledo Summer Festival 2019 Court

- - -2019 Princesses- - -
  • Princess Daryn Heim
    Daryn is a straight A student who works hard at everything that she does. She participates in Cheer and manages the basketball team. Daryn also works at Newport Candy Chocolate Factory. She loves the community and closely knit we are together. Her mom grew up here in Toledo and she's proud and thankful that she gets to do the same.
  • Princess Kiara
  • Princess Makayla Sanchez
    Makayla Sanchez is 15 years old. She is a Toledo Boomers varsity cheerleader, and former cheer captain. She is the oldest of 7 kids. She wants to go to college to become a Doctor. 
  • Princess Sharon Martinez
    Sharon is 17 years old. Despite her age, she likes to stick to herself and prefers staying home to read and write. She aspires to be a writer someday. Sharon is fairly simple, she loves animals from dogs to even the smallest spider. She loves the ocean as well, there is something captivating to her that brings her to the waters she loves to swim in the cold waters. Sharon also loves to write poetry.

- - -Junior Princesses- - -
  • Princess Ainsley
  • Princess Alayna Moore
    Alayna celebrates her 7th birthday this summer. She has a very big imagination and likes to play outside. She likes working with horses and was part of the Muggly's youth bowling league. Alayna loves swimming and the beach. She is the middle child of three girls. What Alayna loves most about the summer fest are the rides and fireworks because they are fun and exciting.
  • Princess Emma Ledbury
    Emma is 8 years old and lives in Toledo. Her parents are Jennifer and Robert. She has two brothers. Emma's favorite part of the summer festival is the rides. She is excited about being a princess because she can show other kids how to be helpful and kind. And last but not least, she loves her dress!
  • Princess Khloe Sanchez
    Khloe Sanchez is 7 years old. She loves sports. Soccer, basketball, cheerleading , and even Football. She loves cats, crafts, inventing things and pranking her siblings.
  • Princess Lilly Mayes
    Lilly Mayes is 8 years old. She lives in Toledo with her parents and two pugs (Kevin & Chewy). She loves mermaids and unicorns because they are magical. She wants to be a summer festival princess because her two aunts Hannah and Ashley enjoyed being TSF Princesses as well. Lilly loves seeing everyone smile during the parades and is excited to watch our festival fireworks with her family. 

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2019 Grand Marshal

Charles “Chuck" Ritz

Charles “Chuck" Ritz

Is named to be this years Grand Marshal of at the Toledo Summer Festival 2019.

Chuck is a long time resident of Toledo. He was born in Newport but raised in North Lincoln County, where he graduated from Taft High school in June 1956.

Chuck enlisted in the Air Force in July 1956 and served until Sept 1964. He met his future wife Terry Keeper whom he married right as his enlistment was over. He and his bride moved back to Lincoln County where he went to work for Georgia Pacific until his retirement in 1999.

He was a founding member as well as charter member of Lincoln County Search & Rescue in the early 1970’s. He also was very involved in Boy scouts as a Den Leader and Assistant Scout Leader. Additionally, when Don Deering was killed in an automobile accident Chuck took on the role of Scoutmaster. He is still a Committee Member with Toledo Troop 30 as well as on the district commission for the Yaquina District from 1995- 2005. He is still very active with Troop 30, he does many events like the annual rendezvous where he helps with the buck saw event. With the help of Toledo's Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4227, he has provided opportunities for scouts to earn their Eagle Scouts and a place for weekend outings and camping. Annually with help from VFW Post 4227, Chuck and Troop 30 place flags on every Veteran grave at the Toledo Cemetery.

Chuck has been an active member of VFW post 4227 since 2003. He was Post Commander from 2017-2019 currently he is Senior Vice Post Commander.  During his time as Commander he brought the membership from 31 to currently  69 members. He initiated the Junior/Senior high scholarships for Toledo, Eddyville and Lincoln City as well as awards for Police, Fire and Teachers. Chuck initiated an annual Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner because no Veteran should be alone for the holidays. He has arranged funding for multiple Veteran assistance programs at the local, state, and national level. Nationally given hurricane aid, State wide honor flight which sends a veteran  to Washington DC, and locally a local toy drive, meals to Veterans in need.

He may have retired in 1999 but that just gave him more time to be active in this community.

Want to be part of
the parade?

Register before July 18, 2019 by downloading the form. 

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looking to get in on the festivities?

Fill out our contact form! 

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