Local Community Events in Danville

Local Events in Historic Downtown Danville

Throughout the year, the city of Danville hosts several fun community events. Danville is a family-friendly, dog-friendly town with first rate dining and shopping. We love the opportunity to spend time with the people of this community and enjoy participating in each event. Events include the following:

The Wine and Chocolate Stroll

Sip on local and award winning wines and enjoy chocolates in the evening. Listen to jazz music and stroll into stores lining downtown Danville.

Doggie Day

Meet with other owners and give your dog a fun-filled afternoon. Walk the Iron Horse trail and don’t miss the free treats. Tons of fun for you and your four-legged friend(s).


Features artists from the western US specializing in jewelry, glass, ceramic, paining, and photography. Walk along Hartz Ave and see creative works from many artists. Bring the kids since the event includes a children’s area and activities like pony rides, bungie jumping, and rock climbing.

The 4th of July Celebration

A celebration in Danville since 1958. Hosted by the Kiwanis of Danville, the event features a morning parade with over 150 entries including bands and floats. This is a hugely popular event and attracts over 40,000 attendees each year.

Hot Summer Nights

See one-of-kind classic cars, hot-rods, sports-cars, and custom rides in downtown Danville. Chat with owners, bid on cars, see the car you owned in high school!

The Art and Wine Stroll

An evening event where you can enjoy wine tasting and small bites from local restraunts. There is live music, free trolley rides, and shops hold special hours.

Fall Crafts Festival

Celebrate the season with quality arts and crafts, a glass pumpkin patch, a children’s costume parade, live music, and tricker-treating.

Lighting of the Old Oak Tree

Lighting the Old Oak in Danville is a long held tradition in Danville. Gather with the community after Thanksgiving to start the holiday season with live music, sweet treats and baked goods, and lots of merriment.

Small Business Saturday

Support local businesses around the holidays on a special day with events hosted by companies with special discounts and promotions.