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Sierra Madre Fourth of July, 2004
2004 Grand Marshal: Doug Berkshire

First Concert in the Park - "From The Top Productions", The Big Band and Jazz Hall Of Fame Orchestra

Saturday, July 3, 2004


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4th of July From the Top Productions, Big Band and Jazz Hall of Fame Orchestra Concert Pics, click here

4th of July Rotary Dunk Tank Pics, click here

4th of July Non-profits in the Park Pics, click here

4th of July Johnny Star and the Galaxy Pics, click here

4th of July Woman's Club Open House and Pre-Parade Pics, click here

4th of July Parade Pics Page One, click here

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Big Band Concert Kicks Off 4th of July Festivities 

This year’s 4th of July celebration in Sierra Madre began with a concert by "From The Top Productions", a kids singing and dancing troupe that performed a program called "Sounds Of Summer," followed by a 25-piece big band called The Big Band and Jazz Hall Of Fame Orchestra that performed a spectacular concert featuring the best big band music of the 40s and 50s on Saturday, July 3rd  in Memorial Park.  This incredible orchestra has performed worldwide and has a repertoire of hundreds of tunes.  The concert was sponsored by the Sierra Madre 4th of July Committee.  Click on a photo below to see it larger.


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"From The Top Productions"


Crowd watches "From The Top Productions"

"From The Top Productions"


4th of July Committee Chair Hank Landsberg addresses the crowd

Some young dancers

The Big Band and Jazz Hall Of Fame Orchestra

Crowd stands for America the Beautiful


Ditto twice

Snookie Greger in the middle, she goes to everything

Trees filling in for lawn chairs

The traditional mother/daughter bosom dance

How it looks from the stage

Crowd shot

The Veteran's Memorial Wall had a steady stream of visitors

Wide shot looking west toward City Hall shows it was a good turnout

Family dance


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