Saturday, December 10, 2011

The Fujitsu Planetarium at De Anza College, San Jose Ca

Laser Light Shows For The Entire Family To Enjoy
Holiday Magic Laser Light Show
It's the holiday season! This highly popular program features a mix of everyone's favorite holiday music, and gives new meaning to the term "holiday lights":

The Fujitsu Planetarium at
De Anza College is the largest school Planetarium west of the Rocky Mountains and since our recent renovation, the Fujitsu Planetarium is one of the most modern Planetariums in the world.
  • Joy to the World - Manheim Steamroller
  • Most Wonderful Time of the Year - Andy Williams
  • Little Saint Nick - Beach Boys
  • Jingle Bell Rock - Bobby Helms
  • One Little Shamos - Paul Zim
  • The March - Nutcracker
  • Linus and Lucy - Vince Guaraldi
  • White Christmas - Bing Crosby
  • Snow Miser - Nick at Night
  • Christmas Eve (Sarajevo 12/24) – Trans Siberian Orchestra
  • Rockin‘ Round the Christmas Tree - Ronnie Lane/Darlene Love
  • We Three Kings - Cast In Bronze
  • Seven Principles - Sweet Honey In The Rock
  • Let It Snow - Dean Martin
  • Sleigh Ride - Spice Girls
  • Russian Dance - Nutcracker
  • Carol of the Bells - Mormom Tabernacle Choir
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The Planetarium’s Saturday Evening Public Show Season.

Parking permits are required everyday. Permits can be purchased in every student lot, price is $2 - parking machines accept dollar bills, coins and credit cards. Cars not displaying a permit will be ticketed.
Secret of the Cardboard Rocket
Cosmic Journey
Black Hole the other side of infinity
Holiday Magic
Led Zeppelin
Zula Patrol
Earth, Moon and Sun
Saturn: Jewel of the Heavens
Holiday Magic
Pink Floyd The Wall
The Little Star that Could
The Planets
Holiday Magic
Holiday Magic
Pink Floyd
Dark Side of the Moon
The Planetarium will be closed Dec 18 to January 8 for the Holiday Season – no shows scheduled
Happy Holidays
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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Global Winter Wonderland, Santa Clara Ca, Nov 25 to Jan 2, 2012

Photos by Rimma Kamen
Ticket Pricing: $12.00 Adult (13-61) | $10.00 Youth (4-12) | $10.00 Senior (62+) | FREE Child under 4
From November 25 - January 2, gigantic illuminated lanterns will light up the sky off Great America Parkway in Santa Clara. Representing some of the world's greatest architectural achievements including the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel Tower, Chichen Itza and the Golden Gate Bridge, Global Winter Wonderland lets you travel the world in just one day.In addition to iconic landmarks, the festival will showcase other amazing lanterns in the Holiday Village and Chinatown exhibit. More than 40 in all, these eco-friendly lanterns, made from beverage cans, bottle caps, CDs, porcelain dishes and metal flatware, were designed by the same team of engineers who built lanterns for the 2008 Paralympics in Beijing.

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Friday, November 4, 2011

K1 Speed, Santa Clara Ca


K1 Speed Santa Clara2925 Mead Ave,
Santa Clara, CA 95051
Phone: (408) 338-0579
Groupon Deal
Experience electric indoor go kart racing in the San Jose, Sunnyvale, Silicon Valley and Palo Alto area at K1 Speed Santa Clara! If you are a motor sport enthusiast or you would like to try European-style kart racing with friends and family, a visit to K1 Speed is a must! Our high tech indoor kart track provides an authentic racing experience that is great for both novice and experienced drivers. With 20hp electric karts that can approach speeds of 45mph and a high-grip racing surface, drivers can push the limit through high-speed corners and feel a rush of adrenaline! We must warn you though: speed can become addictive!  Read More.......

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Science of Carnival, History Park, San Jose Ca, Sat Nov 5th Noon - 5 PM


Sat Nov 5, 2011
Noon - 5 PM
History San Jose at Kelley Park
With Schmahl Science Workshops for grades K-12, kids don’t just read about science—they experience it first-hand! Talented scientists and engineers engage students’ curiosity, imagination, and creativity using a hands-on approach that’s fun. Read More....
The Bay Area is home to world-class innovation and entrepreneurship. Unfortunately, many school districts are responding to shrinking budgets by reducing science instruction. Every child deserves the opportunity for a successful future. A commitment to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) is paramount. Schmahl Science Workshops is successfully filling the STEM gap in the classroom. Help us develop the next generation scientists and innovators. Ensure their success, as well as the economic vitality of the community.
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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Gilroy Gardens Holiday Lights Event


Gilroy Gardens is the go-to spot for families looking for a fun way to celebrate the holidays: ice skating under the stars, singing and dancing with their favorite Peanuts characters, and an assortment of holiday-themed rides and attractions -- all while staying local and saving money.
This deal doubles your money towards their epic Holiday Lights Event. Take in millions of twinkling lights, laser lights, and fireworks. Enjoy holiday theme rides throughout the park and Santa workshops. Also featuring "A Charlie Brown Christmas, from Knott's Merry Farm.

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Friday, September 30, 2011

Eighteenth Annual Harvest Fair, Emma Prusch Farm Park, Oct 1, 2011

The Eighteenth Annual Harvest Fair & Exposition is scheduled for Saturday, October 1, 2011, at Emma Prusch Farm Park, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Admission and parking are free.

The goal of our event is to embrace the spirit of the county fair and provide a place for families to celebrate a “country fair” in San Jose.

This years event will include a large family oriented pumpkin patch, exhibits of 4H projects, expanded plant sales, all day entertainment, tours of the Park, historic farm house, barn, orchards and “Emma’s Heirloom German Kitchen Garden”.

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Redwood City Port Fest, Oct 1,2011

Opening Ceremony
Sea Scouts Color Guard

Great Food

Sequoia Yacht Club Pancake Breakfast
Sunshine Rotary Beer & Wine Garden featuring Devils'
Canyon Brewing Co
. and La Honda Winery
Papa's Fusion Kitchen
Butterscotch To Go
Hot D.O.G.s
Peter's Kettle Corn
Optimist Club of Redwood City Hamburger & More Stand
Jamba Juice
Mariner Girl Scouts & Sea Scouts Rootbeer Floats
Redwood City Sunrise Lions Garlic Chicken Sandwiches &
More Stand
Rainbow Girls Ice Cream Booth

On the Water & Around the Port

Civic Challenge Rowing Races
Spinnaker Sailing Sailboat Rides
Seaport Industrial Association Trolly Tours
Bay Tours on the Robert G. BrownleeHigh Speed WETA Ferry Dockside Tours
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Spirit Of Japantown, San Jose CA, Oct 1, 2011

San Jose Japantown is one of the last three major Japantowns that remain in the United States. Japantown Community Congress of San Jose (JCCsj) was created to continue the cultural and historical preservation of our 120 year-old, multi-ethnic Japantown. The JCCSJ is composed of Japantown advocates, including representatives of major organizations, members-at-large, residents, businesses and property owners.
We invite everyone to be a part of our unique experience!
(One day only from 10am to 5pm.)

Food vendors, Arts & Crafts, Car Club Expo, FanimeCon anime all day, Martial Arts demonstrations, San Jose Taiko, Scojourners, Spirit of Hawaii stage, Beer/Wine/Sake Garden, Midori Bonsai Exhibition, Ikebana Arts, Kids Zone, Open Houses, storytelling, Southwest Airlines Raffle, Gift Certificate Raffle - and ALL Japantown OPEN!

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Middle Eastern and Greek Festival, Milpitas CA, Sept 30 to Oct 2, 2011

6th Annual Middle Eastern & Greek Food Festival
Friday, Sept 30th - Sunday, Oct 2nd
At our 6th annual food festival our goal and job is to create an authentic Middle Eastern and Greek festive environment. Both the Middle Eastern & Greek communities have continued to grow within the San Jose area. With a strong community presence at St. James Orthodox Church, the members elected to continue sharing our beautiful culture, food and traditions with our neighbors in Milpitas and the greater area of San Jose.
Our goal is to give our neighbors a taste of the Middle East and Greece all within our own backyard. Live music, Arabic and Greek folk dancers, delicious food and sweets, and a traditional market place will guarantee that your experience will be exciting and genuine

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Cupertino Carnival, Sept 30 to Oct 2, 2011

Cupertino Carnival; September 30, 5 PM - 10 PM; October 1, 11 AM - 10 PM, October 2, 11:30 AM - 4:30 PM

What is the Cupertino Carnival?
The Cupertino Carnival is a three-day festival featuring live music, entertainment, real amusement rides, jump houses/inflatables, games for kids of all ages, arts and crafts, a wide variety of food and more.
Admission is free.

When is the Cupertino Carnival?

The Cupertino Carnival for 2011 will take place on:
  • Friday, September 30, 2011
    5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 1, 2011
    11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Sunday, October 2, 2011
    10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Where is the Cupertino Carnival?

The Cupertino Carnival is located on the grounds of St. Joseph of Cupertino School and Parish at the intersection of De Anza Blvd. and Stevens Creek Blvd.

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Los Altos Fall Festival, October 1 & 2, 2011

Fall Festival 2011L

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Russian Festival, Saratoga Ca, Oct 1 & 2, 2011

Our Festival Flyer

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Saturday, August 20, 2011

Assyrian Festival, San Jose Ca, August 20-21, 2011

Put a smile on your face; enjoy food, history, and entertainment in one location!
Now celebrating it's 19th year, Assyrian Festival is an annual celebration of the rich culture and heritage of Assyrians. Each year the Assyrian Church of the East, Mar Yosip Khnanisho Parish of San Jose provides a fun-filled weekend that attracts thousands of people from Bay Area and Central valley.There are non-stop activities, entertainment, special exhibits and authentic Assyrian foods for everyone.  Read More........

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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

The James Lick Mansion, Santa Clara, Ca

[James Lick mansion. 554 Mansion Park Drive. Santa Clara, California, USA]

A drive through Santa Clara's Rivermark neighborhood will yield the charming sights of new houses and apartment complexes. Many local residents don't know that tucked away on the grounds of the Mansion Grove Apartments is the historic James Lick Mansion on 4750 Lick Mill Boulevard. James Lick was once the richest man in California.
"James Lick was a very important person," says Victor Fernandez, a maintenance administrator for the Mansion Grove Apartments. "There's a high school named for him called James Lick High School in San Jose. There's also an observatory in a planetarium in Mount Hamilton named for him."
According to the Santa Clara County's online National Register of Historic Places, James Lick was born in 1796 in the state of Pennsylvania. In 1848, Lick arrived in San Francisco, and then later to Santa Clara County. He built his mansion in 1858. His real estate investments during the California gold rush made him rich. He died in 1876 leaving behind a multi-million dollar estate, much of which was donated to charity.
Today the general public can visit the Lick Mansion and its accompanying mill. Read More....

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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

You'll 'heart' this illusion

Two Hearts

TWO HEARTS: With colored backdrops, these two hearts appear to be the same hue.  But wait for the image to change. When the color background is taken away, does it change how the hearts look?

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San Carlos Art & Wine Faire, San Carlos Ca, October 8-9, 2011

729 Laurel Street (Laurel Street Park)
San Carlos, CA 94070

One of the Peninsula's Premier Fall Festivals, the San Carlos Chamber of
Commerce's Art & Wine Faire celebrated its 20th year on October 8 & 9, 2011. The
Faire covers both sides of San Carlos Avenue (between El Camino and Walnut) and down Laurel Street from San Carlos Avenue to Arroyo. The Faire is easily accessible from Caltrain and SamTrans. This Faire would not be possible without the great support of our sponsors.

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The Fremont Festival of the Arts, August 6-7, 2011

The Fremont Festival of the Arts hosts a wide variety of activities and entertainment for the entire family; over 700 top-quality artisan booths delight the most discerning shoppers, music lovers enjoy continuous music featured on three stages, children are thrilled with the many games and activities found in “Kid City”, and Gourmet Marketplace offers gourmet specialties for the discerning cook. The best news of all, admission to the Festival is free. Read more...

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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Santana Row's FREE Mountain Winery Tickets, Mondays ONLY

This summer only Santana Row shoppers can see some of the world’s most talented entertainers on stage – free – at Mountain Winery. Every Monday, Santana Row guests who spend $500 or more in that day receive two free tickets to a concert at the Mountain Winery in nearby Saratoga. Guests simply present same-day receipts at the Santana Row Concierge Center to receive tickets. Tickets are available while supplies last and distributed in chronological order. Read More....

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Cirque Polynesian at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk, July thru August 18, 2011

400 Beach Street
Santa Cruz
Phone: 831.423.5590
Summer Entertaiment Flyer
This sizzling adventure is thirty minutes of non-stop action! Parade down the park, Chinese pole, Cyr wheel, tissu, hand to hand, contortionist, rolla bolla, fire knife and Polynesian dancing! FREE

Sam Reeves Photography Journal

Everybody loves a circus.  Especially if it’s on the shores of beachland  in Santa Cruz, California.  The Polynesian circus has set up shop on the  historic beach boardwalk, and I went to go see the free 30 minute show  yesterday.  There was plenty of dancing girls, gymnasts, fire spinners,  shell blowers, the limbo man, and real honest to God Samoans in the  show.  It’s a fun event to go to if you’re around Santa Cruz through August.
Sam Reeves Photography Journal

Date: July 10, 2011 - August 18, 2011
Time: Sun 12pm & 6pm; Mon-Thu: 12pm & 3pm;

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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Gilroy Garlic Festival, July 29-31, 2011

Gilroy Garlic Festival
The 33rd annual "Ultimate Summer Food Fair"; three days of incredible food, beverages, arts & crafts and live entertainment.
Christmas Hill Park; Gilroy,CA
30 miles south of San Jose off Highway 101
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
July 29-31, 201110 a.m. – 7 p.m. (Gates close at 6 p.m.)
Tickets (single day admission only):
  • Adult General Admission $ 17.00
  • Children (ages 6-12) $ 8.00
  • Under age 6 - Free
  • Seniors (60+) $ 8.00

The Gilroy Garlic Festival is a celebration of food, fun and family. It is the Garlic Festival’s policy to provide a safe, family-friendly atmosphere for all Festival patrons and volunteers. Therefore, the Garlic Festival refuses entry or admission to anyone wearing clothing or paraphernalia indicating or signifying membership in a gang, including a motorcycle club. This policy is applied equally to all persons, regardless of their sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability or medical condition.

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Friday, July 22, 2011

SF Wine Crawl, July 24, 2011

Run, walk and CRAWL to taste wines from over ten of San Francisco’s Urban Wineries. This is a rare opportunity to truly experience San Francisco’s Urban Wine Scene and taste highly rated, award winning wines produced right here in San Francisco. Learn about the winemaking process, meet the winemakers, and just have fun!  This is a unique opportunity to visit and taste wines from 10+ different San Francisco Wineries – several of which are not often open to the public to taste.  Come CRAWL with us!
Sunday, July 24
1:00pm - 5:00pm
10 San Francisco Wineries
5 Winemaking Facilities
Tasting Tickets: $40
VIP Shuttle & Tasting Tickets: $60
VIP Shuttle tickets includes wine tasting with all 10+ wineries and shuttle service between the wineries leaving from the San Francisco TransBay Terminal at Howard St. & Beale St. Shuttle service begins at 1:00p and the last shuttle will leave at 5:30p. For those electing to drive, the locations for all the winemaking facilities are listed below. For those wishing to drive and take the VIP Shuttle Service between wineries, you may park for FREE in the large 300+ car parking lot next to The Winery SF.
CRAWL and sample wines from over 10 different San Francisco Wineries between five different winemaking facilities. There is no order to the wineries, so you may CRAWL AT YOUR OWN PACE anytime from 1p-5p and start off at whichever facility you would like to. SF Wine Crawl locations include: READ MORE...

SF Wine Crawl July 2011
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Friday, July 15, 2011

SJMADE MARKET HALL - July 15-16-17, 2011

The SJMADE Market Hall summer series begins tonight, Friday, July 15th! The Market Hall showcases local San Jose vendors where labels, brands, and artists showcase and sell current projects and goods. The Market Hall is set to operate on four consecutive weekends starting toinght and ending on Sunday, August 7, 2011.

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Annual Egyptian Epagomenal Festival. San Jose Ca, July 16-17, 2011

Temporary henna tattoos are among the activities availabl... Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum
Temporary henna tattoos are among the activities available for kids at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum's annual Epagomenal Festival

The Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum is hosting its annual Egyptian Epagomenal Festival. In ancient Egyptian mythology, the calendar included 360 days plus five additional Epagomenal days. These Epagomenal days were days "out of time" when goddesses Isis and Nephthys, and gods Osiris, Seth, and Horus were born. The Egyptians celebrated their birthdays with a grand festival each year.
This park-wide festival will feature special lectures, programs, tomb tours, a costume contest and Senet tournament (win a family membership), as well as children and family acitivties including a scavenger hunt and ancient Egyptian games.
Outdoor booths will be held during the weekend festival, and include hands-on activities such as children's crafts and even an ancient Egyptian "photo booth". Museum staff will be dressed in Egyptian costumes, and we encourage guests to dress up and join in all of the fun!
Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum

Rosicrucian Park
1660 Park Avenue
San Jose 95191

$5-$9 Free for ages 4 and under

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Monday, July 11, 2011

Outside Lands Festival, SF Golden Gate Park, August 12-14, 2011

Outside Lands Festival TicketsOutside Lands has set the standard for the live music, food and wine festival experience.  The 2011 lineup features MUSE, Phish, Arcade Fire, The Black Keys, DeadMau5, MGMT, The Decemberists, Erykah Badu, John Fogerty, Girl Talk and many more! TICKETS..

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Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Pirate Fun with Captain Jack Spareribs, July 13, 2011

Back by popular demand--Captain Jack Spareribs presents amazing tales, magic, puppets, juggling and fun! Join this pirate and his talking monkey for a lively show with magic, juggling and jaw-dropping illusions. There are a lot of pirates around. But you can be certain, this is the one and only Jack Spareribs! No. Not that other Jack in the movie. This pirate not only wields a sword nicely but also juggles torches and knives, cannonballs and clubs...and oversees a crew of miscreants that includes a talking monkey, Maynard!
Ace Miles, aka: Jack Spareribs the pirate entertainer, magician, juggler, ventriloquist has performed for major events, festivals and fairs and for large corporate parties and picnics for more than 30 years all over Southern California, Northern California, Nevada and Washington.
There is a maximum capacity of 160 people and the shows tend to fill up, so come early!
San Bruno Culture and Arts Commission

San Bruno Library
701 Angus Avenue West
San Bruno 94066

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Sunday, July 3, 2011

Fourth of July Celebration, Foster City California


City of Foster CityFourth of July Celebration
Monday, July 4, 2011
8:00am – 9:45pm
Join the City of Foster City, the Parks and Recreation Department and the Foster City Lions Club for a spectacular Fourth of July Celebration at Leo Ryan Park. We have an exciting day planned with a parade, games, a dog show, and live music! Be sure to take a walk through the park where you can purchase food, visit booths of local artists, and check out the children’s rides.

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Cupertino | Fourth of July 2011 Fireworks Show

Confirmed for 2011, the City of Cupertino hosts their annual small town Fourth of July fireworks show with viewing locations at three different parks in the city.
Gather for viewing the fireworks starting at 6:45p at either Creekside Park, Hyde Middle School or Sedgwick Elementary School with strolling jazz music, games and picnics. Fireworks set off from Cupertino High School at 9:30pm

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July 2nd “Fireworks Over the Bay” | Bodega Bay

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Enjoy fireworks in Bodega Bay two days before the 4th of July on Saturday, July 2nd 2011.
The Bodega Bay fireworks display is fairly small so we would not recommend driving out there just for this event alone but rather plan a full day in Bodega Bay and cap it off with fireworks display. Bring warm clothes as it can get very chilly at night in Bodega Bay.
Fireworks Over the Bay
Saturday July 2, 2011 at dusk approx. 9:30pm.
- Westside Park, Bodega Bay
- More Info: 707-875-3866

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The World’s Shortest Parade & 4th of July Festival, Aptos California

finaldesign 250x242 “The World’s Shortest Parade” & 4th of July Festival | Aptos
Join the community of Aptos for the 50th Anniversary of the 4th of July Parade. The World’s Shortest Parade (or so the city of Aptos claims) will begin at 10am at the corner of Soquel and State Park Drives and continue to the Bayview Hotel, about 0.6 miles away.
After the parade, bring the family to “The Party in the Park” in the Aptos Village Park from Noon to 4pm with food, vendors music and activities

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Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Rose, White & Blue, San Jose Ca, July 4, 2011

Enjoy a family holiday filled with History, Patriotism and Roses! The Rose, White and Blue Parade and Festival held annually on 4th of July in San Jose, California is a revival of the historic Rose Carnival of 1896, later known as The Fiesta de Las Rosas Parade in the 1920's.
Enjoy an old fashioned family-style parade as it winds through the Rose Garden neighborhood ending on the grand avenue of the The Alameda. This homespun parade features live bands, dance groups, home-made floats, kids on bikes, antique cars, and more. Following the parade attendees will enjoy the picnic on The Alameda featuring food and drink from local restaurants under the shade of our trees on The Alameda together with live music.

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4th of July Fireworks Spectacular with the San Francisco Symphony, July 4, 2011

Celebrate the 4th of July with the San Francisco Symphony at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA! The evening concludes with a spectacular fireworks display, set to stirring patriotic songs and marches.
Tickets on sale through
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Milpitas Sports Center, July 4, 2011


Red, White & Boom!  Fireworks on Monday, July 4 at approximately 9:30 pm. Bring a picnic dinner and a blanket to enjoy an evening of music.
1:00-4:00 pm
Music, games, fun and much more!
Please Note:
1:00-3:00 pm Milpitas Firefighters Local 1699
Hot Dog Lunch at the Pool Party
(nominal fee for hot dog, chips & drink.)
No “in and out” privileges. Limited to the first 10,000 people to enter.
(Tickets can be pre-purchased at the Community Center and Sports Center starting June 13.)
7:00 pm Concert with JamFunkShus
9:30 pm “Red, White & Boom” Fireworks Display
Come enjoy an evening of music and exciting fireworks. Bring a picnic dinner and enjoy the celebration.
Refreshments will be available for purchase by the Milpitas Parks & Recreation Foundation and Friends of
Rainbow Theatre.
Please Note: No alcohol, glass bottles or dogs/animals allowed
Football Field Gates Open at 6:00 pm
Check out this flyer.
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Space may be limited at times due to pool capacity.

Santa Clara’s All-City Picnic and Fireworks Show, July 4, 2011

This all-day bash opens with a pancake breakfast and ends with pyrotechnics illuminating the sky. In between, families can enjoy carnival games, flag dedication, bounce houses, swimming, dancing and non-stop music and entertainment. 8am-10pm festival, 9:30pm fireworks. Free. Central Park, 909 Kiely Blvd., Santa Clara. 408-615-3140

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San Jose Giants Independence Day Fireworks, July 4, 2011

The Giants host fireworks at dark following a KRTY radio country concert headlined by musician Chris Cagle. $15-60, with family four-pack for $39. (Fireworks shows are also planned after Giants’ minor-league games on July 2 and 3.) Municipal Stadium, 588 E. Alma Ave. 408-297-1435 ext. 15

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Morgan Hill Parade, July 4, 2011

For the 117th year in a row, Morgan Hill celebrates with its July 4th parade down Monterey Road and Main Ave., followed by fireworks at Morgan Hill Community Park. The parade starts with vintage and collector cars and continues with marching bands, youth groups, horseback riders, fire trucks and brightly colored floats -- all decked out in honor of the event theme, “America the Beautiful.” Other events today include a family bike ride, 5K run, one-mile walk and pre-fireworks entertainment at the park. 8am runs, 8:30am rides, 10:45am parade, 6pm pre-fireworks show and roughly 9pm fireworks. Free. Parade starts at Monterey Road near Dunne Ave. Morgan Hill Community Park is at 299 W. Edmundson Ave

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