Hometown Holidays Lights Up the Streets of Redwood City

This December 4th, Redwood City got into the holiday spirit with its traditional Hometown Holiday Parade, which is organized by Casa Círculo Cultural.

Hometown Holidays was presented by Redwood City Business Group and the major sponsor this year was Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.

Redwood City Girl Scouts is entirely volunteer-run and serves girls from kindergarten through high school.
They focus on community service and the development of leadership and other important life skills.
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Mandarin Immersion at Orion Alternative is a public school program in Redwood City, where children learn academic content in Mandarin and achieve a high level of bilingual literacy.
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Hometown Holidays Parade
Open Gate Nursery School is a cooperative, play-based preschool where children ages 2-5 will discover, play and connect beginning in 1974.
"What will you find when you open the door? Fun and friends, I can't wait!"
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Directed by Bill Tolles, the Woodside High School Wildcat Marching Band was proud to perform with the Woodside High School flag and dance teams to the holiday tune titled "Jingle All the Way".
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One of the two winners of this year's parade was Bethlehem A.D. which invites you to walk and see old Bethlehem on the night of the First Christmas.
An amazing event that includes over 85 animals and a whole village of costumed characters.
Bethlehem AD is located at the corner of Middlefield and Cassia, one block south of Main and is open December 21, 22 and 23 from 6 to 9:30 pm.
Look for the spotlights! Admission is FREE.
More information in: bethlehemAD.com.
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Hometown Holidays Parade
The employee owners of Recology San Mateo County are proud to once again support and participate in the Redwood City Hometown Holidays Festival and Parade.
Throughout the holiday season, let's not forget to reduce, reuse and recycle, especially all gift wrapping, trees and wreaths.
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Homwtown Holidays Parade
Studio S Broadway Entertainment Company is an award-winning dance studio offering tap, jazz, ballet, hip hop, house, contemporary, break dance and acrobatics.
Shari McLeod, owner of Studio S Broadway, and her father, Stan Silverstein drove her Excalibur.
Studio S is located on Broadway Street in downtown Redwood City.
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Hometown Holidays Parade
Ballet Folklórico México Vivo is a non-profit organization established to promote Mexican culture through dance.
"Our organization is made up of many families. We are proud to showcase mother, father, sons and daughters dancing side by side passing our culture from one generation to the next. Since 1997 we have served the Redwood City community and surrounding areas by sharing our rich dance tradition through performances."
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Hometown Holidays Parade
Henry Ford Elementary School has been home to Mustangs since 1954!
One of the few true K-5 neighborhood schools in the district that celebrates the diversity of its students.
Henry Ford Mustangs learn what it takes to succeed.
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Sequoia High School Varsity and Junior Cheerleaders consist of 35 athletes.
These teams work hard in practice to make every moment count. They are led by coaches Christina and Linda.
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The Mission San Jose High School Band performs in parades around the Bay Area as well as internationally, most recently in Vienna and Prague in 2019.
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Hometown Holiday Parade
The Mission San Jose High School Band performs in parades around the Bay Area as well as internationally, most recently in Vienna and Prague in 2019.
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The Mission San Jose High School Band performs in parades around the Bay Area as well as internationally, most recently in Vienna and Prague in 2019.
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Casa Círculo Cultural is a non-profit Spanish immersion organization dedicated to promoting arts and culture through many extracurricular recreational activities.
His cart represented a traditional POSADA (which originally meant to ask for shelter for Mary and the baby Jesus), with a piñata, which is commonly filled with fruits and sweets.
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Hometown Holidays Parade
Casa Círculo Cultural is a non-profit Spanish immersion organization dedicated to promoting arts and culture through many extracurricular recreational activities.
His cart represented a traditional POSADA (which originally meant to ask for shelter for Mary and the baby Jesus), with a piñata, which is commonly filled with fruits and sweets.
Photo: P360P
Casa Círculo Cultural is a non-profit Spanish immersion organization dedicated to promoting arts and culture through many extracurricular recreational activities.
His cart represented a traditional POSADA (which originally meant to ask for shelter for Mary and the baby Jesus), with a piñata, which is commonly filled with fruits and sweets.
Photo: P360P
Casa Círculo Cultural is a non-profit Spanish immersion organization dedicated to promoting arts and culture through many extracurricular recreational activities.
His cart represented a traditional POSADA (which originally meant to ask for shelter for Mary and the baby Jesus), with a piñata, which is commonly filled with fruits and sweets.
Photo: P360P
Santa Claus came to town, riding on the Casa Círculo Cultural float created by Fernando Ortiz and Casa Círculo Cultural Volunteers.
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Santa Claus came to town, riding on the Casa Círculo Cultural float created by Fernando Ortiz and Casa Círculo Cultural Volunteers.
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Santa Claus came to town, riding on the Casa Círculo Cultural float created by Fernando Ortiz and Casa Círculo Cultural Volunteers.
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Hometown Holidays Parade. Photo: P360P
Santa Claus came to town, riding on the Casa Círculo Cultural float created by Fernando Ortiz and Casa Círculo Cultural Volunteers.
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Hometown Holidays Parade
Hometown Holidays Parade. Photo: P360P
Hometown Holidays Parade. Photo: P360P
Hometown Holidays Parade. Photo: P360P
Hometown Holidays Parade. Photo:P360P

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