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2017 Parade Program

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The 2017 Parade Program has been published and can be found at: http://www.rwbparade2017.com

 

Help Advertise the Parade!

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Help advertise the parade on community boards and your break rooms at work, or just share it with a friend!

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2017 RWB Parade Flyer – FINAL

Dave Cortese Named Grand Marshal

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Dave Cortese

This year we are excited to lift up public transportation and honor a local pioneer in public transportation Supervisor Dave Cortese.

Supervisor Dave Cortese was first elected to the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors in 2008 and re-elected in 2012 and 2016. He is currently serving his third consecutive term as Board President. Prior to joining the Board, Cortese served eight years on the San Jose City Council, including two years as Vice Mayor, as well as eight years as a Trustee for the East Side Union High School District.

Cortese grew up in East San Jose as part of a family that has been active in civic, cultural and business activities for generations. He is married to Pattie, an East Side Union High School District Board Member, and has four children. His strong local roots and love for Santa Clara County fuel his passion for public service.

Cortese was educated at Bellarmine College Prep and UC Davis where he earned a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Political Science. He earned his Juris Doctorate at Lincoln University Law School in San Jose.

He is a member and immediate past president of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission, sits on the Association of Bay Area Governments’ Executive Board,  the National Association of Counties’ Transportation Steering Committee, and is an alternate on the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority.

On the Board of Supervisors, Cortese serves as Chair of the Housing, Land Use, Environment and Transportation Committee and Vice Chair of Children, Seniors and Families Committee. As Board President, he has brought the community together to end homelessness, reform the County’s Custody Operations and fight for the rights of immigrants.

Taste of the Alameda

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RWB Gala Event WhiteThe Rose, White, and Blue parade is now in its 10 year and we are set to have the best parade ever!

In celebration of our tenth anniversary, and to raise the needed money to run to produce this parade, we are holding our First Annual Taste of the Alameda. Highlighting local Restaurants, beer from Whole Foods, and Wine from Coterie Cellars, this will be an exciting event building community and supporting a good cause.

BMATHB 2016 Photo Shoot-02In addition to the food, wine and beer, there will be live music from Big Mike & the HartBeats -the sound of the Rose, White, and Blue parade

We will also have a live and silent auction featuring product from local artisans, interesting excursions, sports memorabilia, restaurant gift card, gym memberships, and much more!

This event is being hosted by District 6 Councilmember Dev Davis, Mike Hennessy Productions, and Westminster Presbyterian Church.

So come, support your local parade, get to know your neighbors and your community, and maybe come home with the find of a lifetime!

Tickets available at Eventbrite Click here!!!

The Rose White and Blue Parade is a registered 501c3.

Anouncing Our Headliners for the Festival and Anthem Singers

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Big Mike & the HartBeats

BMATHB 2016 Photo Shoot-02For the second year in a row we are inviting back the fabulous Big Mike and the Hartbeats. With a thirteen-piece band: with five horn players, five rhythm players and three vocalists, they are always impressive!  Playing a mixture of pop, rock and swing hits from the 60’s to the present there will be something for everyone.  So come, enjoy and have a great time!

Anthem singers Take Two: Mike Hugill and Teri Barnett

Take Two.Teri Barnett. Mike HugillWe are also pleased to welcome back Take Two as our anthem singers.  Mike is a resident of our community and has become known for his stage performances.  This will be a special treat for all who come!

Rose, White and Blue 4th of July Parade!

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Everyone loves a Parade and you are invited to join in!

We’re proud to bring you this year’s Rose, White and Blue 4th of July Parade! We are pulling out all the stops to make this memorable for our 10th anniversary!

Last year we had 115 groups and over 2,000 people in the Parade! Over 30,000 spectators lined the streets in Rose Garden area and along The Alameda in San Jose to see this great Parade! Be sure to bring your family and friends!

4th of July 2017 Parade starts at 10am, with Live Music and good things to eat at the Festival after the Parade!