Celebrate Freedom: July Calendar of Events - Think RE*Link: San Gabriel Valley Real Estate

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July Calendar of Events

July Calendar of Events

THE NETHERCUTT COLLECTION
Tuesdays-Saturdays | 9AM-4:30PM
The Nethercutt Museum
15151 Bledsoe St. > Sylmar

The Nethercutt Collection is the life’s work and passion of the late J.B. and Dorothy Nethercutt. Today, this world-class treasure trove of prize-winning automobiles, mechanical musical instruments and many rare collectibles is housed in two beautifully appointed exhibit facilities located just north of Los Angeles. The Nethercutt Museum showcases more than 100 vehicles and a steam locomotive with railcar. San Sylmar shows 250 automobiles in an automotive Grand Salon.

818.364.6464 | nethercuttcollection.org

 

DESCANSO GARDENS FAMILY TUESDAYS
Tuesdays in July | 6PM
Descanso Gardens
1418 Descanso Dr. > La Cañada Flintridge

These hands-on activities and performances are sure to entertain children of all ages (and grownups too!) Picnics are encouraged while kids and adults enjoy a variety of music, theater and garden events. All performances are free with admission.

818.949.4290 | descansogardens.org

 

FIREWORKS DISPLAY
July 2 | 9:30PM
Town & Country Club
2290 Country Club Dr. > Altadena

Celebrate Independence Day weekend at the Altadena Town and Country Club for the annual fireworks display on Monday, July 2.

626.794.7163 | altadenablog.com

 

AMERICAFEST 2012
July 4 | 7:15PM
The Rose Bowl Stadium
1001 Rose Bowl Dr. > Pasadena

Featuring thousands of aerial fireworks and ground effects, Southern California’s largest Independence Day fireworks show will pay special tribute to the Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America. The fireworks are by Pyrospectaculars, known for extraordinary fireworks displays at NFL Super Bowls and the Olympic Games.

626.577.3101 | rosebowlstadium.com

 

KABOOM!
July 4 | 8PM
The Fairplex
1101 W. McKinley Ave. > Pomona

At the annual fireworks spectacular at Fairplex, monster trucks and Motocross extreme get the crowd cheering while the stupendous fireworks are the grand finale. The nighttime programming has been a crowd pleaser since its inception in 2002. It puts the boom in KABOOM!

909.865.4521 | fairplex.com

 

KID’S DAY & 4TH OF JULY PARADE
July 4 | 9:30AM
Plaza Park
425 S. Mission Dr. > San Gabriel

The San Gabriel Kid’s Day & 4th of July Parade will be held in the historic San Gabriel Mission District. This free event is sponsored by the City of San Gabriel. Join us as we celebrate kids and our nation’s independence!

626.308.2800 | sangabrielcity.com

 

MUSIC & MELODY
July 4 | 7PM
Library Park
321 S. Myrtle Ave. > Monrovia

Come to Monrovia for the July 4th concert and fireworks show. The concert is sponsored by Mayor Mary Ann and Corey Lutz, and starts at 7PM, while the fireworks show is sponsored by Monrovia Old Town Merchants and Green Dot Corporation and starts at 9PM.

626.256.8246 | ci.monrovia.ca.us

 

PASADENA CONFIDENTIAL HISTORIC TRUE CRIMES TOUR
July 14 | 12-4PM
The intersection of Fair Oaks & Arlington >Pasadena

Dip into the confidential files of old Pasadena. From cases like Robert Kennedy’s assassination (Sirhan Sirhan was a local Pasadena resident) and the 1926 Rose Parade grand stand collapse, to fascinating obscurities, the guided Crime Bus tours dozens of murders, arsons, kidnappings, robberies, suicides, auto wrecks and oddball happening, providing a fascinating alternate history of Pasadena.

213.915.8687 | esotouric.com

 

THE GAMBLE HOUSE’S BEHIND THE VELVET ROPES TOUR
July 14 | 9AM
The Gamble House
4 Westmoreland Pl. > Pasadena

You are invited behind the scenes at the Gamble House. You will walk inside the rooms and, with flashlight in hand, examine at close quarters exquisite craftsman details. Your docent will reveal gems that can only be seen close up. Come appreciate the ambience of this National Historic Landmark and enjoy some light refreshments.

626.793.3334 | gamblehouse.org

 

THE GAMBLE HOUSE’S BEHIND THE VELVET ROPES TOUR
July 14 | 9AM
The Gamble House
4 Westmoreland Pl. > Pasadena

You are invited behind the scenes at the Gamble House. You will walk inside the rooms and, with flashlight in hand, examine at close quarters exquisite craftsman details. Your docent will reveal gems that can only be seen close up. Come appreciate the ambience of this National Historic Landmark and enjoy some light refreshments.

626.793.3334 | gamblehouse.org

 

PENGUIN USA SUMMER SOIREE
July 18 | 7PM
Vroman’s Bookstore
695 E. Colorado Blvd. > Pasadena

Come meet our fabulous adult hardcover, paperback and children’s representatives from the publisher Penguin Group USA and listen as they discuss exciting new summer titles from Penguin. All Penguin Group books will be discounted 10% on the night of the event if you wear an orange shirt! If you purchase a Penguin book, you will be entered into the Penguin Raffle.

626.449.5320 | vromansbookstore.com

 

PASADENA POPS: MICHAEL FEINSTEIN IN CONCERT
July 21 | 7:30-10PM
The Arboretum
301 N. Baldwin Ave. > Arcadia

The incomparable multi-platinum selling, five-time GRAMMY nominee, Michael Feinstein joins the Pasadena POPS for an effervescent evening of the music that defies the ages. Michael Feinstein has won fame as singer and pianist, and affection too for reviving the Great American Songbook with devotion and integrity.

626.793.7172 | pasadenasymphony-pops.org

 

THE LOUIE POMPEI MEMORIAL GOLF TOURNAMENT
July 16 | 11AM
Glendora Country Club
310 Amelia Ave. > Glendora

You are invited to participate in the annual charity golf tournament to honor fallen Glendora police officer Louie Pompei. Proceeds from the tournament go to local charities and the California Peace Officers’ Memorial Foundation, which helps families of fallen officers. Lunch and dinner will be provided.

626.260.1664 | glendora.patch.com

 

Concerts in the Park

ALTADENA’S AMPHITHEATER AT FARNSWORTH PARK
Saturdays at 7PM
568 E. Mt. Curve Ave.

Those Manning Bhoys & Irish Pride Dancers > July 7
Downbeat Express > July 14
Wreck N Sow > July 21
Susie Hansen Latin Band > July 28

626.798.6335 | altadenasheriffs.blogspot.com

 

ARCADIA’S CITY HALL WEST LAWN
Thursdays at 6:30PM
240 W. Huntington Dr.

The 1st Marine Division Band > July 5
Brian Lynn Jones and the Misfit Cowboys > July 12
Gregg Young & the 2nd Street Band > July 19
The Groove Classic Oldies Show > July 26

626.574.5113 | arcadiasbest.com

 

LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE’S MEMORIAL PARK
Sundays at 6PM
1301 Foothill Blvd.

Steve Roth, A Tribute to Elvis > July 1
The Jack Lantz Big Band > July 8
Upstream Soca & Reggae Music > July 15
L.A. Bluescasters > July 22
Pacific Coast Highway > July 29

818.790.8880 | lacanadaflintridge.com

 

MONROVIA’S LIBRARY PARK
Sundays at 7PM
321 S. Myrtle Ave.

Upstream > July 8
Brian Lynn Jones > July 15
The Delgado Brothers > July 22
The Answer > July 29

626.256.8274 | cityofmonrovia.org

 

PASADENA’S LEVITT PAVILION
Sundays & Wednesdays at 7PM
Thursdays-Saturdays at 8PM
85 E. Holly St.

Red Baraat > July 5
Sara Watkins (of Nickel Creek) > July 6
Sergent Garcia > July 7
Kamasi Washington > July 8
Kiddle Karoo’s Monster House Party > July 11
Allensworth > July 12
M.A.K.U. SoundSystem > July 13
Thao and the Get Down Stay Down > July 14
Phil Ranelin Jazz Ensemble > July 15
Jose-Luis Orozco > July 18
Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto > July 19
Border Radio > July 20
Sola Rosa > July 21
USC Jazz Quintet > July 22
Alex & The Kaleidoscope Band > July 25
Wake Up Madagascar > July 26
Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds > July 27
Mariachi Divas > July 28
Luisa Maita > July 29

626.683.3230 | levittpavilionpasadena.org

 

SIERRA MADRE’S MEMORIAL PARK
Sundays at 6PM
222 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.

Elvis Tribute > July 8
Gem City Jazzy Cats > July 15
Silver Beatles > July 22
Aluminum Marshmallow > July 29

626.355.7135 | events.podley.com/sm-park

About Ryan Asao

Ryan Asao is a Monrovia real estate agent and founder of Think RE*Link. Ryan currently serves as President of his local BNI and Toastmasters chapter and is a board member of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals - MSELA Chapter and Mt. San Antonio College Foundation. He is also President Emeritus of the Arcadia Association of Realtors. When he's not working, Ryan is deeply involved with the activities of his family, volunteering with local schools and soccer organizations.

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