Beach Volley-Ball, Independence and Bastille Day Celebrations
- Beach Volley-Ball, Independence and Bastille Day Celebrations
1.Sun June 30 3pm to dark Beach Volley-Ball-Santa-Cruz(boardwalk)
2.For Public Benefit Independence and Bastille Day Celebrations
3.More at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LamyLudo/
The past few month our volley-ball event has been a
great success. Lot of fun and a nice place to
Our next beach volley-ball event is coming Sunday.
If you are new to the group, look for a large group
(+20 persons) on the beach playing volley-ball (6 vs 6
usually).Alain/Caroline will put an European flag on
the net as well.
We play for fun, so don't be shy and don't hesitate to
join us even if you haven't played for a while.
Another way to join the fun is to come and relax on
the sand :)
See you Sunday. laurent_charpentier
When: Sunday June 30, from 3.00pm to dark
Where: Santa Cruz beach near the boardwalk.
(you can park for free around Bay St, or downtown SC)
In case another event occurs on the beach (concert,
tournament, ...) the back-up beach is at the Harbor
(close to Twin Lakes) about 3 miles south to the
Boardwalk (from SC, take Hwy 1 south, look for signs
for the "Harbor"). It is just south of the Santa Cruz
Harbor (there are 2 volley-ball courts between a
couple bars and a dozen catamarans).
For Public Benefit Independence and Bastille Day Celebrations
Redwood City Independence Day Celebration
Arts and crafts, music and other entertainment and parade
(10:30 a.m.-1 p.m.). Fireworks start at 9:30 p.m. (650) 365-1825.
07/04/2002 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Free Arguello and Brewster streets Redwood City
San Francisco 4th of July Waterfront Festival
Arts and Crafts, Events, Food
A day-long event featuring fireworks, live entertainment, food, arts
and crafts. Fireworks begin around 9:30 p.m. (415) 705-5500.
07/04 all day
free Fishermans Wharf San Francisco
San Jose America Festival
Arts and Crafts, Children's, Festivals, Food
With 75 crafts displays, activities, multi-cultural Fountain Stage, food
and beverages and kids activities. Fireworks begin at 9:30 p.m.
(408) 294-2100, extension 444; or http://www.americafestival.com/
07/04/2002 11 a.m.-10 p.m.
free Guadalupe River Park 180 Woz Way San Jose
4th of July All City Picnic Children's, Events
Marking Santa Clara's 150th year with breakfast, carnival games,
petting zoo, swimming, food and entertainment. July 4; fireworks
begin at 9:30 p.m. (408) 984-3257. 07/04/2002 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
free Central Park 909 Kiely Blvd. Santa Clara
Th July 11 630-11pm Special Bastille Day Free Meeting
Every second Thursday of the month 'Les Dynamiques' provides
a unique forum for francophiles to exchange ideas, tips, and contacts.
-You will gather information about events, parties, outings,
housings, jobs, internships, education, moving, living tips, etc.
-You will receive help in getting connected with other people and
with each of your local communities as they work to build stronger
communities and strengthen community bonds.
It is the best way to start new contacts and develop relationship
among people with the same franco-international affinities.
Everyone is welcome. Free discussions, gifts and no cover charge.
Share a dinner, a drink, and a chat. Attendance + 56.
Free and open to the public. RSVPs no required.
Restaurant El Torito 18h30 -23h
10330 North Wolfe Rd., ( between 280 Wolf exit & Stevens Creek Blvd)
Cupertino CA 95014-2508
Friday July 12 5pm-12am Free BASTILLE DAY 2002
Join Us to Celebrate BASTILLE DAY 2002 Free Admission
JOIN US AT THE LAGOON for a variety of savory French treats,
amusing activities, live entertainment and dancing featuring:
- The Biggest BASTILLE Party in the SF Bay Area (Attendance +1789)
- ' THE FUNDAMENTALS '
- fIREWORKS dISPLAY oVER Lagoon the only Bastille Day
Fireworks in San Francisco Bay.Area
- Studio S Can-Can Dancers
-French Street Fair
- Roundtrip Airfare To Paris And 5 nights Hotel
Hotel Sofitel 223 Twin Dolphin Dr.(101 exit Redwood Shores)
Redwood City CA94063