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Get your blankets and lawn chairs ready! It’s almost the fourth of July and San Marino is once again hosting it’s annual Independence Day celebration in Lacy Park. This year’s program promises to be as much fun as ever. The park will open at 8 a.m. and will feature food booths, a fun zone, a community parade, stage entertainment, and a fireworks display at 9 p.m.
There are a few details to be aware of to enjoy the celebration this year. The Virginia Road entrance will open first thing in the morning. However, the St. Albans Road entrance will not open until 3 p.m. Space can be reserved with blankets and chairs but ropes and stakes are not allowed. In order to enter the park, each person will need to have a wristband. Wristbands can be purchased on the fourth for $20 (children two and under are free). Additionally you can pre-purchase bands from now through July 3rd at a discount. Non-residents will pay $15, while residents with id or utility bill can purchase the bands for $5 each. Wristbands are for sale at the Department of Recreation, City Hall and Crowell Public Library. For more information, please call 626-943-2627.
We will see you there!
San Marino is the quiet but beautiful suburb of Los Angeles where I live and work. It is known for many things such as the Huntington Library, Lacy Park and for being the setting of Steve Martin’s Father of the Bride. For families, it is famous for having one of the top school districts in the state of California, if not the country. Sometimes referred to as the Beverly Hills of Pasadena, San Marino has many gorgeous properties for the discriminating homebuyer. Currently though, the supply is a little tight at the high end. However, there are seven listings available now in our small community >$2.5mm. Whether you are shopping for properties like these or window shopping, click here to virtually tour these grand San Marino houses for sale.