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 Livenation.com
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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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Los Gatos, July 4, 2011

Help celebrate our nation’s birthday with a good, old-fashioned concert in the park. Join SJWS for an afternoon of marches, popular tunes and patriotic songs. The concert is free, so arrive early with blankets, chairs and plenty of sunscreen (assuming the rain will stop by then!).
Sponsored in part by the Town of Los Gatos, Los Gatos High School and the Los Gatos Recreation Department.

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Sunday, June 19, 2011

Summer Pops Festival, San Jose California, July 30-August 7, 2011

Target Summer Pops 2011

All performances held on the green at San Jose State University.
        • Enter at 4th Street and San Carlos Street.
        • Plentiful parking available nearby.
        • Bring a picnic lunch or supper and your beach chair.
        • Relax on the campus lawn well away from the din of traffic.
        • Enjoy the music of summer!
Target Summer Night Symphony
Saturday 7:00pm July 30, 2011

Target Family Concert
Sunday 5:30 pm July 31, 2011

Ritmo Caliente: Target Latin Night
Friday 7:00pm August 5, 2011

Target Big Band Hits
Saturday 7:00pm August 6, 2011

Target Night In Hollywood
Sunday 5:30pm August 7, 2011

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Campbell Summer Concert Series, June-July-August, 2011

The Campbell Summer Concert series is brought to you by the City of Campbell and generous donations from the community. The series starts in mid- June and continues for nine weeks with a different band playing each week. Concerts start at 6:30pm and last until 8:00pm. So bring a lawn chair and support the Campbell Museum Foundation by purchasing food and drinks at the event. Concerts take place on the Orchard City Green located right in front of the historic Ainsley House and adjacent to Campbell City Hall.
June 16 -
Rock & Roll
June 23 -
The Bay Area Heat
Rock & Roll, Dance, Funk
* Sierra Pacific Turf Supply, Inc.
June 30 -
Joe Ferrari Big Band
40’s & 50’s Big Band
July 7 -
R&B, Dance, Motown
* Push to Test Global Services
July 14 -
plastic onion band
Beatles Tribute Band
July 21 -
Isis and the cold truth
Rock & Roll, Contemporary
July 28 -
Groove Kings
Classic Rock & Roll
* Sierra Pacific Turf Supply, Inc.
August 4 -
Cocktail Monkeys
Rock, Motown, Party, Dance
August 11 -
The Hitmen
70’s Funk, Disco, Latin, Dance
August 18 -
SageR&B, Dance
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World Journal 35th Anniversary & Father’s Day Festival, June 19, 2011

World Journal invites you to join its annual community outdoor festival on Sunday, June 19 from 10 am to 5 pm, at Cupertino Memorial Park.

Come enjoy the event with your loved ones for a day of live performances, fresh-made gourmet food, and a wide variety of vendors. Parents are welcome to bring their kids and participate in the Daddy and I - Food Decoration Contest, or the My Daddy - Drawing Contest. The main stage will host programs including dance and instrument performances a “Recipe for a Skinny Dad” culinary show. Kids can also learn from the doggy showcase to respect lives around us.

In the meantime, families can also stroll in the park between booths for unexpected surprises from all sorts of vendors. After hours of fun, join the finale of World Journal 35th sweepstake to witness who is the owner of the grand prize, Smart Car, and all the other 349 lucky winners. Enter the sweepstake by submitting coupons collected from World Journal newspaper. Parking is available at De Anza College. The event promises to be fun for all who attend.

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Thursday, June 9, 2011

Redwood City PAL Blues, Arts and Bar-B-Que Festival July 22-23, 2011

The blues will rock Redwood City's Courthouse Square from July22nd to the 23rd featuring some of the best blues musicians and artists of the Bay Area and also includes 40 unique artist booths. The main stage in the square will be filled with live music on Friday evening and all day long on Saturday. This year's Festival introduces a Bar-B-Que Cook-off Competition, with over a dozen groups competing for the best Bar-B-Que on the Square. The Redwood City PAL Blues, Arts and Bar-B-Que Festival is a perfect way to enjoy beautiful summer day basking in Redwood City's glorious weather, while savoring great Blues Music, Art, Bar-B-Que and drink!

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Redwood City Family 4th Festival & Parade, July 4, 2011

The Festival provides an opportunity for community service organizations to raise funds buy selling food, merchandise or giving out information on their organization. There are also arts and craft booths and entertainment for the thousands of people that attend the festival immediately after the parade.
We are proud that the members of our organization have operated the Peninsula Celebration Association since 1939 as a true volunteer group. our goal is to help make our city not just a place to live, but a real community of people who care!!
This event, which is the largest Independence Day parade in Northern California, brings entries from across the state to compete for
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Porsches and Police, History Park, San Jose Ca, June 26, 2011

Porsches & Police
Event Save the Date Flyer
Sunday, June 26 – Noon until 6 P.M. San Jose History Park at Kelley Park, 1650 Senter Road, San Jose, CA
All makes and models of Porsche are welcome to participate in what is sure to be the biggest car show in LPR history! We need 70 Porsches, shined-up and ready to show off. Police agencies from around the county and state will join us for this first-ever, spectacular event.
This is not a Concours; there will be no judging, just many beautiful Porsches on display in a gorgeous, treelined park setting.
There will be entertainment for the entire family including live music and an abundance of food vendors. All of the restored, historical buildings andhomes from the turn of the 20th century will be open for tours and exploration.
To display your Porsche, contact event registrars; Chris and RenaSchaut; 408-772-0725 or email rcs1031@att.net. Registration is now open through June 16. To assure a place for your Porsche in the display of the magnifi cent 70, register ASAP.
There will be a tax deductible donation of $20 per displayed car collected on the day of the event. Limited trailer is parking available. General public admission is $3 adult, children under 8 yrs. admitted free. Tell your family. Tell your friends. Porsches and Police – a festival of fun for everyone.
All proceeds from this event will benefit eighteen local and county nonprofits. Save the date and participate

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Sesame Street Live: Elmo’s Healthy Heroes Race to Grover’s Rescue at HP Pavilion, June 21, 2011

It’s Elmo and his team of Healthy Heroes to the rescue when Super Grover loses his superness! From Abby Cadabby to Zoe, all your favorite Sesame Street pals are on hand for this all-new live stage adventure, including Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, the Count, Cookie Monster and others, as they sing and dance their way through tips on exercise, nutrition, hygiene and more in an effort to help Grover get his groove back. Discount Tickets Here

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A Special Evening With Actor/Humanitarian Whoopi Goldberg at San Jose Civic, June 18, 2011

Whoopi Goldberg is a multi-talented entertainer, political activist and humanitarian. Her powerful portrayals of both comedic and dramatic characters in films such The Color Purple and Ghost have won her a shelf full of awards. She is a co-host of popular talk show The View and works tirelessly on behalf of the LGBT community and other human rights efforts. Whoopi Goldberg brings her enthusiasm, humor and commitment to San Jose Civic for a personal appearance.
Discount Tickets

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Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival - Sunday July 10, 2011

The prestigious and popular 19th Annual Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival hosts a fabulous, free, fun-filled 2-day celebration of Clay and Glass Art, July 9-10, 2011. Featuring both fine and functional art, the Palo Alto Clay & Glass Festival is the largest show of its kind, with 180 juried artists displaying their work. Meet the artists and learn about their art. Enjoy a variety of engaging activities, including hands-on pottery-making and wheel-throwing demonstrations.
New Location! RINCONADA Park, 777 Embarcadero Rd, Palo Alto
(across Newell Rd from Palo Alto Art Center)
(Newell Rd. at Embarcadero Rd.)

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Summer Festival & Chili Cook-off, Palo Alto, Ca. July 4, 2011

30th Annual Summer Festival & Chili Cook-off 
Monday, July 4
Mitchell Park – 600 East Meadow Dr.
12 – 5pm (Chili tasting starts at 1:30pm)

The tradition continues as Palo Alto celebrates Independence Day at the Palo Alto Summer Festival & Chili Cook-off.  Attracting thousands of sun and chili lovers, the festival embraces everything wonderful about summer.  Taste an array of red-hot chili delicacies prepared by over 20 teams of chefs battling for the chili championship. 

Entertainment includes live music by the band Johnny Super, line dancing by Hedy McAdams, and DJ Joe Sheldon.  Children’s activities including jumpy houses, balloon artist, face painting, 4-6 food vendors, and more.   Chili tasting starts at 1:30pm.  Admission is free. Tasting kits will be sold for a nominal fee.

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Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Cycle Gear Motorcycle Event FREE,San Jose Ca June 9, 2011

Join us for the Cycle Gear Dunlop Bike Night Tour presented by GoPro. Enjoy free food, fun, and prizes from 6 to 9 pm. There will be a drawing for a free pair of Dunlop tires, exclusive GoPro discount coupons, limited edition Cycle Gear Bike Night T-shirts, special guests and more!
Bike nights free event. free food, cotton candy, bounce house,music, raffles. even if you do not have a bike you are still invited please come and enjoy and have fun in the sun starts at 6pm address is 1515 parkmoore av san jose ca 95128
Cycle Gear #(408)288-5051 the event is being held by the largest sports bike motorcycle clubs in the bay area. come hang out meet new people bring your kids this is a family event.

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Draeger's Supermarkets, Inc.,

Basket of Bings Cherries

Check out my favorite bay area supermarket........................
Draeger's Supermarkets, Inc.,
The finest cherry in the world is the Bing cherry, and the best place they grow is in California. Draeger's is now featuring the largest size of these luscious gems, with the first crop harvested in the Lodi area.
On sale for only $4.99 lb. through June. Check out Cherry America for some interesting facts about cherries then go to Drager's and pick some up.

Draeger's Supermarkets, Inc.,

1010 University Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025

Draeger's Supermarkets, Inc.,
342 First Street, Los Altos, CA 94022

Draeger's Supermarkets, Inc.,
222 East Fourth Ave., San Mateo, CA 94401

Draeger's Supermarkets, Inc.,
4100 Blackhawk Plaza Cir., Danville, CA 94506
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