The Cordova Events Committee, a sub-committee of the Cordova Economic and Industrial Development Authority, plans events and activities for the community and visitors alike. The Committee releases their events schedule in January of each year.
Cordova kicks off it's 2023 Event Season with the Cordova Spring Market. Livestock and seed swap, vendors, music, food and fun. Lots of fun for the whole family. Visit us on facebook for up-to date information https://fb.me/e/3sdElyTDx.
The Cordova Events Committee hosts two city-wide clean up days. Bring your organization, family or just yourself and help us keep our city clean. Spring Clean Up is April 15th from 8 am until noon. Fall Clean up is September 16th from 8 am until noon. Meet downtown at the Pavilion for your assignments.
Let us help you with spring and fall clean-out. Join the rest of the community in downtown Cordova for a Community-Wide Yard Sale. When you have sold everything you want to sell, simply leave the rest and we will dispose of it. Spring Yard Sale is April 22nd and Fall Yard Sale is September 23rd. 8 am until Noon. Donation of $10 requested but not required.
MUSIC, FOOD, VENDORS, CARNIVAL RIDES AND GAMES, LIVING HISTORY AND FIREWORKS. July 1st in Cordova is a day to remember. Thousands of people converge on Cordova for our celebration of the Birth of our Nation. An America 250 Event. Noon until 9 pm. Fireworks begin at 9 pm.
Indian Head Cotton Mills, the textile mill that brought hundreds of jobs to Cordova, inspired the name of our fall harvest festival. Music, vendors, kayak race, carnival rides, 4H Chick Chain, "Lost Arts", contests and the "southern" Highland Games. Indian Head Harvest Fest kicks off at Noon on October 14th.
Cordova's Water Balloon Battle takes place downtown on Halloween night at dark. This is the longest running city-wide water balloon battle in the world.