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Modesto 4th of July Parade
10th and F Streets
ModestoCA

Ages: 1 and up

Downtown Modesto is the place to be this July 4th to celebrate the 138th annual city parade!  The parade will start at 9:30am at 10th and F Street, up to 11th Street and back to I Street, ending on 17th street.  Come early to get a seat! more»
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Celebration of Lights Parade
15th Street & I Street
ModestoCA 95354
(209) 577-5344

Ages: 1 and up

Put on your holiday sweaters, some comfortable shoes, and don't forget the camera! 

The Celebration of Lights Parade will begin at 5:30pm, at the corner of 15th and I Streets.  The theme this year is "Holidays in Whoville".  Floats, marching bands, color guards, horses, clowns, firetrucks covered in holiday lights will parade past the McHenry Masion and Museum, the Courthouse and the  Gallo Center for the Performing Arts. 

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Glorious 4th of July Celebration — Columbia
Main Street & State Street
ColumbiaCA 95310
(209) 536-1672

Ages: 0 and up

A storybook 4th of July is possible: Pack up the family and head to Columbia's Glorious 4th of July Celebration!

The festivities kick off at 11am with a flag raising and firing of the cannon by the Columbia Foot Dragoons, but get there early for the best parking and don't forget lawn chairs.  While waiting for the parade to begin at noon, little ones can "find a needle in the haystack" — an event designed to keep them busy and happy!

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Columbia State Historic Park
Parrots Ferry Road & Washington Street
ColumbiaCA 95310
(209) 588-9128

Ages: 3 and up

Columbia State Historic Park — once a bustling, brawling gold rush town — sits at an elevation of 2,100 feet amongst the oaks of the Sierra Nevada foothills.  In the mid 1800's, the town of Columbia was one of the largest cities in California, attracting people from other US states as well as other countries with promises of gold.  In fact, between 1850 and the early 1900s, as much as $150 million in gold was mined in Columbia.

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Ripon Almond Blossom Festival
1201 River Road
RiponCA 95366
(209) 599-7519

Ages: 2 and up

The San Joaquin Valley is synonymous with California's finest stone fruit growers, and the small, historic town of Ripon celebrates that with its annual Almond Blossom Festival.  The festival, which takes place during the last weekend of February, is a four-day family affair and is a classic country fair type event. 

The annual spaghetti feed and the pancake breakfasts benefit the local community's charity clubs and associations; the...

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Mother Lode Round-Up Rodeo
220 Southgate Drive
SonoraCA 95370
(209) 928-4082

Ages: 2 and up

The Toulumne County Sheriff's Posse presents the annual Mother Lode Round-Up in Sonora every Mother's Day Weekend, starting at 2pm on both Saturday and Sunday.  Over 350 rodeo stars will compete in bareback riding, barrel racing, bronc riding, bull riding, calf roping, steer wrestling, and team roping. 

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Ripon 4th of July
509 W. Main Street
RiponCA 95366

Ages: 3 and up

Join the historic town of Ripon, its community members and other area residents for the small-town Ripon 4th of July Celebration.  A new parade route is going to be taken this year, beginning at Ripon Elementary.

Bounce houses, food and beverages also set up at Ripon Elementary keep the fun going through the evening hours.  Once visitors have had their fill, they are invited to get cozy and find a seat at the school where firewor...

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4th of July Celebration — Gustine
5th Street
GustineCA 95322
(209) 854-6975

Ages: 0 and up

The fun begins on Saturday evening, June 30, 6pm, in the Gustine High School Auditorium where the Little Mister & Little Miss Gustine pageant takes place and continues at 7pm when the Miss Gustine pageant begins.

Head to the Gustine High School Football field at 5:30 on Tuesday, July 3, for the Tractor Pull.

Let the celebrating begin in earnest on Monday!  The parade begins at 10:30am, taveling from Main Street to Henry Miller Park.  ...

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4th of July Parade & Street Festival — Turlock
W. Main Street & S. Golden State Boulevard
TurlockCA 95380
(209) 585-9508

Ages: 1 and up

Downtown Turlock hosts the annual 4th of July Parade & Street Festival on Thursday, July 4th.  The parade starts on Main Street travels through downtown Turlock to the fairgrounds.  Stay downtown for an old-fashioned street fair atmosphere, or follow the parade to the fairgrounds. Once at the fairgrounds, visitors will be delighted by the Fenders & Fireworks family-friendly car show going on all afternoon.  There will be various ... more»
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All-American Fourth — Rancho Cordova 4th of July Celebration
2197 Chase Drive
Rancho CordovaCA 95670

Ages: 2 and up

Rancho Cordova's All-American Fourth is a two day celebration of our nation's birth! With carnival and fireworks displays set for both July 3 and July 4, 2011, your family is sure to have fun.

From 2pm - 8pm each day, the Kids Zone will be open and beginning at 9:45pm, a mini-fireworks display is scheduled for July3 and a Fireworks Spectacular is scheduled for July 4.

Other events include: live entertainment, vendor booths, Rancho Cord...

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