Patterson is a city in Stanislaus County, California, United States and part of the Modesto Metropolitan Statistical Area. Patterson is also called Apricot Capital of the World and numbers 20,400 inhabitants. It is a place where many festivals take place and is popular for its fascinating attractions.
The Apricot Fiesta is the most important and largest event that takes place in Patterson. It is held during the first weekend in June. During the festival, take place a lot of beauty contests, the most important being called Miss and Mr. Apricot, as well as many parades, carnivals, fun activities, children's activities, many concerts and are many booths with food and souvenirs. For those who want to have fun and participate in such an event, should visit Patterson at the beginning of June. Souvenirs, fun and recreational activities will make their vacation great, so this festival is perfect for the entire family.
The Patterson Museum preserves important documents, memorabilia and great exhibits. It enhances the history of Patterson through interesting exhibitions and many cultural events. The museum is also called the Centre Building. The exhibits cover important moments from the history of this area, its culture and art. Those that like history and are interested in the evolution of Patterson, this wonderful museum is a must. Kids will also be fascinated by the old and amazing items that are housed here. After visiting, people can enjoy a coffee at the museum's bar.
Patterson Repertory Theatre was built in 2003 and is located in Patterson. The theatre houses educational programs both for adults and children. It also encourages people to know the theatre world better, to educate people, to inspire and to enhance the local talents and actors. Its mission is to promote community values and artistic talents, so it is extremely important. The shows are for any age, so tourists will have the possibility to watch many theatre genres. Kids will also love this place and will enjoy the experience, which is both recreational and educational.