Spectators from all over the world and the community gather to celebrate the teachings of Sikh scripture and faith during this three-day event, of which the colorful Sikh Parade is the center. Over 200,000 free meals are prepared and served over the weekend, ending with the 4-1/2 mile parade through Yuba City at 10:30 Am on Sunday, November 4. The longest parade in the community, the Sikh Parade begins at the Sikh Temple in Tierra Buena and proceeds into Yuba City with more than 75,000 expected participants from England, Canada, India and all over the United States. The Sikh Parade is a tradition that takes place the first Sunday of November each year with its initial event being in 1979. On Friday, 8 pm, a magnificent fireworks display is open to the entire community; Saturday, 9 am, Raising of the Flag, with an Open House, guided tour and lunch at 2.
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