Citrus and Avocado Pavilion


The Festival's Citrus and Avocado Pavilion is packed with information and displays about the fruit of California, citrus ranching, and our agricultural heritage. Local growers, ag companies, and packing houses invite you to see how they bring the best produce in Ventura County from the orchards and fields to your crisper and dinner table. The Citrus & Avocado Pavilion is located to the left as you enter the Festival inside the Boys and Girls Club building. Don’t miss it!


The Pavilion will be open Saturday & Sunday from 1-6 pm.



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  • You’d have to eat 7 cups of corn flakes to eat the same amount of fiber as one medium orange.

  • Navel oranges are named that because of the belly-button formation opposite the stem end. The bigger the naval in an orange, the sweeter it is!

  • Lemons were once so rare that kings presented them as gifts!

  • California and Arizona produce 95% of the entire U.S. lemon crop.

  • There are more than ten kinds of avocados and they range in color from purple to green to black.

  • An avocado is considered a fruit because it is a single-seeded berry.


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