For some it’s a time to celebrate, for others, a time to protest. In a town where nothing is immune from heated debate, Alameda’s Fourth of July Parade is a cherished exception. Everybody loves it. It makes driving and parking around town impossible, and we suffer it gladly. It’s loud and messy and crowded. We don’t care. This year in particular, after two dreary pandemic years without it, it meant more to us than ever. See photos…
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Saturday July 9 — Alameda’s Horsecar LinesJoin Dennis Evanosky for an imaginary ride on two of Theodore Meetz's three horsecar lines and a visit to Fassking’s Hotel. Meet at Union Street and Santa Clara Avenue. at 10 a.m.
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Frank Bette Center for the Arts
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Union Street and Santa Clara Avenue
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