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Mountain House July Events!

Happy 4th of July! Don’t miss the Mountain House Annual 4th of July Celebration, and then afterward head over to Tracy or Livermore for more fun and fireworks. This month you can also enjoy outdoor music and movie events in downtown Tracy, as well as Mountain House’s first Music in the Park of the summer and Mountain House’s 2nd annual Shakespeare in the Park. You’ll find food, entertainment, and fun for the whole family at Brentwood’s Harvest Time Festival. And make sure you get tickets to see Mary Poppins at the Bankhead Theater. For more details about these local events and more, check out the listings below.

festivalJuly 4   Mountain House Annual 4th of July Celebration

Please join us along Central Parkway for the parade. The Parade starts at 10:00am and goes down Central Parkway from Main up to Heritage and then back down Central and ends at Central Park. Then the celebration moves into Central Park. Along with the water activities for the kids, we will have a band on stage from 1:00pm – 3:00pm, the Pie Bake Off and of course there are lots of vendors and food for all to enjoy. It is a fun day and hope everyone joins. For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page

July 4   Tracy’s 4th of July Celebration 2016

Enjoy free events at Lincoln Park including a hot air balloon launch and breakfast at 8 am, a parade at 10 am, and food and vendor booths. Nighttime activities kick off at 7 pm at Tracy High School with a fireworks show at 9:30 pm. For more information, visit tracychamber.org.

July 4   Livermore 4th of July Family Fun Fireworks Celebration

Celebrate the 4th of July in Downtown Livermore! Fireworks display will be launched off of the top of the Parking Structure on Railroad Avenue. For more information, visit livermoredowntown.com.

July 6   Pleasanton 1st Wednesday Street Party

Downtown Pleasanton’s 1st Wednesday Street Party will be from 6 pm to 9 pm. Stereo Bounce will be rocking out to all of today’s hits in the wine and beer garden. Enjoy great food, children’s attractions, 200 vendors and more! For more information, visit pleasantondowntown.net.

musicJuly 7   Tracy 2016 Music in the Park

Free, family-friendly live entertainment at Lincoln Park in Tracy begins at 7 pm. Tonight’s concert features Motordude Zydeco (Cajun/NOLA) . For more information, visit   atthegrand.org.

July 8  Downtown Tracy Artwalk

The Artwalk is a free, self-guided public event from 6 pm to 8:30 pm featuring local visual and performing artists in downtown venues and on the sidewalks of 10th St. and Central Ave. For more information, visit atthegrand.org/artwalk.

July 9 &10  Mountain House Shakespeare in the Park

The Mountain House Actors Guild in collaboration with the Mountain House Community Services District proudly announces our second annual Mountain House Shakespeare in the Park to be performed in Central Park on Saturday, July 9th at 5 pm and Sunday July 10th at 2 pm. This year’s production is William Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew.

July 9 & 10  2016 Brentwood Harvest Time Festival

The 2016 Brentwood Harvest Time Festival is a two-day celebration of the farmland’s harvest in historic downtown Brentwood and City Park, and features local food, fun, and entertainment for the entire family. For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page or harvest4you.com.

July 12 & 28  Mountain House Restaurant Night

Enjoy dining out in Mountain House! Food trucks will be at Central Park from 5 pm to 8 pm. For more information, visit the Facebook Event Pages: July 12th, July 28th

July 14  Tracy 2016 Music in the Park

Free, family-friendly live entertainment at Lincoln Park in Tracy begins at 7 pm. Tonight’s concert features Bruce Guynn & Big Rain (Country Rock & Blues). For more information, visit atthegrand.org.

July 15  Downtown Tracy Block Party

Enjoy live music by Hot Rods Band from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Tracy Downtown Plaza at 6th St. and Central. Free and open to the public. Food is available for purchase. For more information, visit tracycitycenter.com/events.

July 16   Pleasanton Summer Wine Stroll

Over 30 downtown locations will become tasting rooms from 5 – 8 pm for Pleasanton’s Annual Summer Wine Stroll, a popular Tri-Valley event for more than a dozen years. Come and enjoy a beautiful summer night in downtown Pleasanton sampling wine and tasty bites.  This year musicians will entertain up and down Main Street. For more information, visit pleasantondowntown.net.

mary poppinsJuly 16 to 31   Mary Poppins

The Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre presents Mary Poppins at the Bankhead Theater in Livermore. For more information, visit trivalleyrep.org, and to purchase tickets, visit mylvpac.com.

July 21  Tracy 2016 Music in the Park

Free, family-friendly live entertainment at Lincoln Park in Tracy begins at 7 pm. Tonight’s concert features Clean Slate (Showtime Funk, R&B and Soul Review) . For more information, visit   atthegrand.org.

July 22  Tracy’s Movies on the Plaza: Hotel Transylvania 2

Come to the Civic Center Plaza in Tracy (10th & East St.) at 7 pm to enjoy a free movie under the stars. The movie for June 24th is Hotel Transylvania 2. The movie starts at sunset. Blankets and chairs are welcome. Sorry, no pets. For more information, visit tracycitycenter.com/events.

July 23  Mountain House Music in the Park

Bring your blanket and picnic basket to Central Park and enjoy live music from 5:00 pm to 8 pm by The Fundamentals. For more information, visit the Facebook Event Page.

July 29  Downtown Tracy Block Party

Enjoy live music by Capital City Band from 6 pm to 9 pm at the Tracy Downtown Plaza at 6th St. and Central. Free and open to the public. Food is available for purchase. For more information, visit tracycitycenter.com/events. block party

July 30  Tracy Arts & Cultural Festival

Celebrating the creativity and diversity of our community! The Festival will be at Lincoln Park from 12 pm to 4 pm and will feature live music and performances, visual arts displays and presentations, community organizations, family-friendly hands-on activities, food, vendors, and more. For more information, visit atthegrand.org.