Toledo Summer Festival

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July 12-15, 2018

It’s time to make those summertime plans.

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

Toledo Summer Festival is July 12-15 2018, 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, a live band, an incredible fireworks display, and much more. The parade will be Saturday, July 14th.

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. 

Festival buttons for all three days is just $8. Get yours now. Children 7 and under are FREE!


Toledo Summer Festival 2017 Court

- - -2017 Princesses- - -


  • Princess Shania Trapala-Driver 
    is a senior at Toledo JR/SR high School. Shania has been a varsity cheerleader throughout her high school career. Shania enjoys listening to music and spending time with her friends and family. Shania is planning to go into a health care career. 

  • Princess Paige Ewen
    is a senior at Toledo JR/SR High School. Paige enjoys working with animals and gardening, volleyball and softball.  Paige is planning to become a tattoo artist

  • Princess Shaykia Hogle
    is a senior at Toledo JR/SR High School. Shankia has been in cheer-leading throughout her high school career. Shankia enjoys spending time with friends and family. Shaykia planning to become a pediatrician

  • Princess Devyn Wagner
    is a sophomore at Toledo JR/SR High School. Devyn is a 3 sport athlete that includes volleyball, basketball and softball. Devyn is planning to go Physiologist for o Western and be a for children in need.

  • Princess Elyssa Smith
    is a senior at Toledo JR/SR High School. Elyssa has been in cheer-leading throughout her high school career. Elyssa enjoys spending time with friends and family. Elyssa planning to go to cosmetology for hair, nails and make-up


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  • Princess Kaylee Hibbs
    is a first grader at Toledo Elementary School. Kaylee enjoys soccer, swimming, camping and cheerleading.  Kaylee’s favorite princess is Elsa.

  • Princess Sage Girard
    is a second grader at Toledo Elementary School. Sage enjoys soccer, painting her nails and playing with her friends. Sage’s favorite princess is Senior Princess Shaykia.

  • Princess Kourtnie Wagner
    is a second grader at Toledo Elementary School. Kourtnie enjoys cheerleading, dance and girl scouts. Kourtnie’s favorite princess is Aurora.

  • Princess Kamryn Choat
    is a first grader at Eddyville Charter School. Kamryn enjoys gymnastics and playing with her friends and family. Kamryn’s favorite princess is Rapunzel.

  • Princess Aubrey Short
    is a second grader at Toledo Elementary School. Aubrey enjoys dancing, playing baseball, roller-skating, and swimming. Aubrey’s favorite princess is Cinderella

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2017 Grand Marshals

Dr. Bruce Parsons and Janice Watson

Dr. Bruce Parsons is an optometrist in Toledo.  Janice Watson has worked for him for 42 Years.

Dr. Parsons graduated from Pacific University in 1964.  Not only Optometry, but he studied Police Criminology as well.  He established his practice 53 years ago, all of which has been in Toledo.

He has been a Municipal Court Judge for 50 years.

He and his wife Ila raised 3 children in Toledo.  “Seeing all 3 of my children graduate from OSU is my greatest accomplishment”.

Janice Watson was born and raised in Toledo.  She and her husband Jay have 2 children, both raised in Toledo.

Janice is a behind the scene worker.  She has been Mrs. Santa since 2010.  Mrs. Santa works all year to raise money and toys for underprivileged children at Christmas. 

“It all started when Robin Brown from Oregon Coast Bank came in and said she would like to help me with my project.”  Since then, Oregon Coast Bank personnel have been part of the Mrs. Santa project.

Together, Dr. Parsons and Janice have worked tirelessly to make Toledo a better place to live.   “We love what we do.  We’ve been doing this so long our patients have become our friends, and they feel like family”.

No one can estimate the time and money spent on half a century of giving to a community.  No one will know for these two humble people don’t like to talk about their achievements.  Instead, they work quietly, and diligently, making lots of lives better.

Want to be part of
the parade?

Register before July 13, 2018 by downloading the form. 

Are you a vendor,
looking to get in on the festivities?

Fill out our contact form! 

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