Boulder Creekhttp://www.bcba.net/events.html Annual Boulder Creek 4th of July Parade – Parade starts at 10am. Wednesday, July 4, 2012 Scarborough Lumber and Railroad Ave, CA.
Roaring Camp Railroads http://www.roaringcamp.com/events#fourth_July 4th of July Celebration – Sock Hop and 50’s family 4th of July. Hula Hoop contests, games, live music and all-American barbecue. Wednesday, July 4, 2012. 5401 Graham Hill Road, Felton, California 95018. (831) 335-4484.
Skypark in Scotts Valley http://www.scottsvalleychamber.com/calendar/event.php?ID=108 4th of July Fireworks Celebration – Fireworks scheduled to begin at 9:15pm. Celebration opens at 3pm with a parade along Scotts Valley Drive. Food, live music and bounce houses and food follow at Skypark. Wednesday, July 4, 2012 3pm – 10pm. 361 Kings Village Road, Scotts Valley, CA 95066. (831) 438-3251.
Wilder Ranch State Park http://parks.ca.gov/?page_id=26413 Old-fashioned Independence Day at Wilder Ranch – participate in a 1911-style Independence Day celebration including parade at noon, games, crafts, live big-band music, living history demonstrations, historic speeches and flag-raising. Bring a picnic lunch or food/drink also for sale. Wednesday, July 4, 2012. 11am – 4pm. Hwy. 1, 10 miles north of Santa Cruz. (831) 426-0505.
Come to Santa Cruz and visit the kingdom of Fungi! Learn about the hundreds of beautiful and fascinating species of local fungi on display in a re-created woodland habitat. A unique Santa Cruz tradition, the Santa Cruz Fungus Fair features a special room full of hands-on activities for the kids, including a fungus exploration area, clay mushroom building, face paints, and more! The 38th Annual Santa Cruz Fungus Fair will be held at the Louden Nelson Community Center. Sponsored by the Fungus Federation of Santa Cruz, the fair draws more than 2,000 visitors each year Hours: Friday 3:00 to 7:00 pm; Saturday/Sunday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
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Explore the Wit and Whimsy of Mel Chin’s Recolecciones. Where in one place can you see a revolving secret door, a low-rider table complete with hydraulic lifts, or a set of tables shaped like the seven continents?
These and more comprise over thirty individual public art installations placed throughout the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library designed to pay homage to the Library’s collections. These artworks are designed to provoke your interest and curiosity, encouraging exploration and circulation throughout the library. Read More…
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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|
|Sam Reeves Photography Journal|
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
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.
What better way to cool down on a hot July day than with a Slurpee from 7-Eleven? Better yet a free Slurpee from 7-Eleven?
Today only, 7-Eleven is celebrating their 84th birthday and all customers get to help celebrate. While supplies last and limit one per customer, five million free 7.11 ounce Slurpees well be given away at participating 7-Elevens in the United States and Canada.
“Even without the five million free Slurpee drinks, July is the biggest month of the year for Slurpee sales,” said Jesus Delgado-Jenkins, 7-Eleven’s senior vice president of merchandising, marketing and logistics in a news release. “What better drink for the hottest month of the year.”