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  • Sunday, June 27, 2010

     

    July 3rd Anaheim Hills parade cancelled, but...

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    July 3rd Parade Canceled… but the Anaheim Hills
    Freedom Celebration goes on with “Long may she Wave” theme


    While the theme of the 2010 22nd Annual Anaheim Hills Freedom Celebration is “Long may she Wave” the long running parade component of the celebration has been canceled this year because of a lack of entries. However other events of the annual celebration sponsored by the Canyon Hills Community Council and the Anaheim Hills Rotary Club will go on as scheduled. The annual July 3rd Firecracker 5/10 K Run and 2K Walk will take place with $100 cash prizes for over all male and female 5K and 10K winners. The event features a Product/ Health Fair and a live rock band to wake everyone up at the 5:30 AM starting time. The event is from 5:30 am to 10: am at Canyon High School. Registration for the race is limited to 1500 runners and is available on line at www.active.com through June 30th. After that you may register July 1st at the Anaheim Downtown Community Center or July 2nd at the East Anaheim Community Center.

    Later in the morning on July 3rd, (if you call 8:00 am later!) the annual Anaheim Hills Rotary Pancake Breakfast takes place at the Canyon High School Cafeteria. Pancakes, sausages, OJ and coffee all for only $4 for adults and $3 for children under 12. Breakfast is served 8 am- 10:30 am.

    The 3rd of July morning continues with the ever popular Yankee Doodle Dog Show at 10 a.m. at Canyon High School. The six awards and prize categories include Best Dressed; Cutest Dog (under 35 lbs); Cutest Bigger Dog (over 35 lbs.); Owner-Doggie Look-a-like; Best trick; and the Yankee Doodle Dog prize.

    Then it’s on to Peralta Park with entertainment starting at 12 noon. Food and game booths open at 12:30 and the grand fireworks spectacular starts at 9:00 pm sharp.

    For more information CLICK on the Canyon Hills Community Council website: CHCC


    Orange’s 15th Annual 3rd of July Fireworks Celebration
    The 15th Annual City of Orange 3rd of July fireworks spectacular begins at 4:00 pm at Fred Kelly Stadium. Tickets are available at the Community Services Department at the Orange City Hall for $7 per person (children 2 and under are free).

    The annual local event includes food booths, interactive kid’s games, entertainment with patriotic music by the world famous Orange Community Master Chorale and the grand fireworks spectacular. The entertainment begins at 4 pm and the main program starts at 8 pm with the Orange Mayor’s welcome then the musical program followed by the ever popular fireworks.

    Fred Kelly Stadium is a synthetic grass field, so restrictions apply. Event organizers remind everyone that it is blanket seating only no lawn chairs; food; drinks; gum; seeds (popcorn etc) hard soled or high heels are permitted on the synthetic field. Seating in the stands is first come.

    For a complete look at the Orange County Fireworks displays CLICK ON: OCFA


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