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Sierra Madre Fourth of July, 2009

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Links to 2009 pics and videos

This Year's Schedule - Friday July 3rd
  • Food booths open at 5pm. 
  • Concert featuring "The Sheds" starting at 6pm. 
  • Concert featuring "Aluminum Marshmallow" 6:30pm to 10pm. 
  • 5th Annual "Bubble Wrap Fireworks" approx. 8pm.  Beer Garden open from 5 - 10pm.
  • All events are sponsored by the 4th of July Committee, the Beer Garden is co-sponsored by the Sierra Madre 4th of July Committee, Friends of the Sierra Madre Little League, and the Sierra Madre Chamber of Commerce. 
This Year's Schedule, Saturday, July 4th
  • Sierra Madre Woman's Club Pre-Parade Open House, 550 W. Sierra Madre Blvd., 8am
  • 4th of July Parade, 10am
  • Outdoor Games at Memorial Park, Noon
  • Dixieland Jazz by Nightblooming Jazzmen at Memorial Park, Noon to 4pm
  • Food and Beer Garden at Memorial Park, Noon to 4pm
  • Woman's Club Open House sponsored by Sierra Madre Woman's Club, Beer Garden co-sponsored by Sierra Madre 4th of July Comittee, Friends of the Sierra Madre Little League, and Sierra Madre Chamber of Commerce.  All other activities sponsored by Sierra Madre 4th of July Committee
Press Releases (date is date of release)

July 3rd - Concerts and activities in the park (Coming Soon)

July 4th - Pre-parade including Woman's Club Open House

Parade Page 1

Parade Page 2

Parade Page 3

Parade Page 4 (Coming Soon)

Parade Page 5 (Coming Soon)

Post Parade - Games and Nightblooming Jazzmen in the Park (Coming Soon)

Videos (coming soon)

Please support Sierra Madre's 4th of July activities with a generous donation! 

Mail to: PO Box 1073, Sierra Madre, CA 91025-1073.


thumbThe Fourth of July in Sierra Madre is a very big deal. They say "Half the town marches in the parade, the other half is watching." People come from all over the southland for the festivities, and when the 4th falls on a weekend, it's eeeextry goooood.  Concerts in the park, movies in the park, antique calliope shows, food and beverage booths in the park (including the traditional beer garden run by the Sierra Madre Volunteer Firefighter's Association) and so much more. Make your plans to join us this year. But celebrations don't come without a lot of hard work. Kudos to the 4th of July committee, most of whom have been with the Committee since its inception and have guided it to its current heights.


4th of July Jokes

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Sierra Madre City College Marching Band Video, playing the Mickey Mouse song, from the year 2000 parade

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