Friday, July 04, 2014

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San Jose Giants

San Jose Municipal Stadium6:30pm

The San Jose Giants are a professional baseball team in the Class A Advanced California League. The team has been affiliated with the San Francisco…


July 4th Summer Block Party and Sidewalk Sale

Santana Row10am-5pm

Celebrate Independence Day at Santana Row with a day of food, fashion, and fun. Festivities will include live musical entertainment, kids activities,…



Initial Public Offering: New Works from SJMA's Permanent Collection

San Jose Museum of Art11am-5pm

Initial Public Offering presents works that exemplify the San Jose Museum of Art's surprising and playful take on the art of our time, featuring…



Rose, White, and Blue Parade

The Alameda 10am

Enjoy a family holiday filled with History, Patriotism and Roses! The Rose, White and Blue Parade and Festival held annually on 4th of July…



World Cup Soccer Matches

Agave Mexican BistroMatch Times Vary

Agave Mexican Bistro is the place to watch World Cup Fifa Brazil 2014 Soccer in Downtown Mt View. With a large full bar indoors and an open…


Independence Day in Gilroy

Gilroy Gardens12pm or 1pm

The City of Gilroy celebrates the 4th of July with Independence Day BBQ at Gilroy Gardens with Tangy BBQ Chicken, All Beef Hot Dogs, Potato…

Annual Summer Festival & Chili Cook-Off

Mitchell Park12pm

The City of Palo Alto is proud to invite you to the 34th Annual Summer Festival & Chili Cook-Off in Mitchell Park. Here, you will be able to…


City of Milpitas July 4th Celebration

Milpitas Sports CenterPool Party 1:00p-4:00 Concert & Fireworks 7:00p-10:00

On July 4th the City of Milpitas will have its annual Independence Day Celebration! Come enjoy music, food, and fun at the "Waving the Red,…

Black Olive Jazz

Hedley Club8:30pm

Black Olive Jazz is an all girl band that features the finest Bay Area women jazz players with Kay Andreas on vocals.

Freedom Fest 2015

Morgan Hill Outdoor Sports Complex12pm

Bring a blanket and enjoy an evening of live music and one of the most spectacular fireworks display ever produced in Morgan Hill. The entire…

Cupertino Fourth of July

Cupertino Memorial ParkSee website for full schedule

The city of Cupertino hosts multiple ways to celebrate Independence Day with family, friends, and the community starting at Memorial Park for…


Los Gatos Celebrates the 4th of July

Oak Meadow Park11am - 4:30pm

This hometown event offers fun for the whole family, all day long. Come early to play game and enjoy a delicious picnic lunch being sold by…

San Jose Giants Fireworks Show

San Jose Municipal StadiumSee website for full schedule

Baseball and the 4th of July go hand-in-hand, especially when there's a post game fireworks presnetation. The players will be wearing special…

Caffe Frascati Opera Night

Caffe Frascati8pm

Caffe Frascati Opera Night returns for another installment in this popular monthly live music series. This lively event features all of your…


Within and Without: Transformations in Chinese Landscapes

Cantor Arts Center11am-5pm, Thurs until 8pm

Closed Mon & Tues through 9/21, then only closed Tues. The landscape, the most prominent painting tradition in China, brings with it more than…


Miniature Worlds: Indian Court Paintings from the Collection

Cantor Arts Center11 am - 5 pm

OPEN 6 Days Week: Wednesday–Monday, 11 am–5 pm; Thursdays until 8 pm. CLOSED Tuesday. This focused exhibition predominately features paintings…


Inside Rodin's Hands: Art, Technology, and Surgery

Cantor Arts Center11am-5pm, Thurs. until 8pm

Closed Monday & Tuesday. Dr. James Chang, an internationally renowned hand reconstruction surgeon at Stanford, has long been fascinated by Rodin’s…


Artists Observe Nature, 1600-1800

Cantor Arts Center11am-5pm, closed Mon & Tues

Closed MON & TUES through 9/21, then only closed TUES. After 1600, it became increasingly common for draftsmen and printmakers to study nature…


Carleton Watkins: The Stanford Albums

Cantor Arts Center11 am-5pm, Thurs until 8 pm

Closed Monday and Tuesday. This exhibition of 83 photographic prints by Carleton Watkins—perhaps America's most influential 19th-century landscape…


Mapping Edo: The Social and Political Geography of Early Modern Japan

Cantor Arts Center11am-5pm, Thurs ’til 8pm

Closed Monday and Tuesday. Experience Edo-period Japan (1615–1868) through archival maps, prints, and paintings of the capital and surrounding…


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