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     Old Pasadena commUNITY Dining , Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:30 am  Old Pasadena commUNITY Dining , Thursday, April 15, 2021 11:30 am
    Old Pasadena commUNITY Dining April 15, 2021 - December 31, 2021
    11:30 am–8:00 pm
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     Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe , Friday, July 16, 2021  Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe , Friday, July 16, 2021
    Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe July 16, 2021 - December 12, 2021
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    Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe


    Armory Center for the Arts and The Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College in Claremont, CA are pleased to announce the largest museum survey to date of the work of artist Alison Saar. Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe opens Friday, July 16 through Sunday, December 12, 2021 at the Armory, and is open now and runs through Sunday, December 19 at the Benton. It includes 29 of the artist’s multi-media and mixed installation works in one exhibition installed across the two venues. This exhibition spans the broad spectrum of Saar’s career, from her sculptures of the early 1980s to a new installation, Hygiea, to be unveiled at the Armory and the large-scale, site-specific commission Imbue, installed at the Benton in the summer of 2020. Both venues require an appointment to view the exhibition; appointments to the Armory may be made here and to the Benton here. Admission is free.

    Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe—one exhibition at two venues—surveys Saar’s sculptures and installations. With her use of distinctive forms and materials, Saar creates powerful figurative sculptures that activate histories and legacies of survival. The Armory will showcase Saar’s female figures that suggest elements of fire, air, and aether, while the Benton will highlight work that emphasizes grounded, earthly, and watery qualities.

    Reservations at the Armory

    Fridays 4:00pm to 8:00pm; Saturdays and Sundays, 11:00am to 3:00pm by appointment. Appointments available soon.

    Online reservations available starting July 6. To make an appointment, visit:



    Alison Saar on Transforming Outrage Into Art (NY Times)


    Related Public Programs

    Alison Saar will be in conversation with exhibition curators Irene Georgia Tsatsos and Rebecca McGrew on Thursday, July 15, from 6-7pm PST, via Zoom. Click here to RSVP.

    The Armory is working with Alison Saar to recreate a public engagement, Catfish Dreamin', which will feature five online short films on themes of water and California waterways by Saar and others, along with a temporary outdoor sculpture in front of the Armory. Originally commissioned by The Contemporary in Baltimore in 1992, Catfish Dreamin' first consisted of a house-like structure with a hand-carved six-foot catfish mounted on a pickup truck, which traveled around the greater Baltimore area to sites where crowds gathered, such as parks, festivals, and schools. The piece was inspired by the history of Baltimore's "arabbers," the African-American fishmongers and fruit/vegetable sellers who would sell their wares from horse-drawn carts on the street, gathering customers with the call of their familiar song. In response to pandemic safety requirements, the themes and images of the original version are being transformed into a safe and engaging alternative format.


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    UCLA Football Season August 28, 2021 - November 27, 2021
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    UCLA Football Season


    The 2021 UCLA football season opens against Hawai'i on August 28th in a 12:30pm match-up to be aired on ESPN. It will be the first home season opener for the Bruins since their 2018 season. UCLA posted its last non-conference win over the Rainbow Warriors in 2017 in the Rose Bowl Stadium. This will be the first of seven home games for the Bruins with matchups including LSU, Fresno State, Arizona State, Oregon, Colorado and Cal.

    Come out early and enjoy all that Old Pasadena offers. Grab a delicious bite and a cold beer, or do some shopping in our historic walkable downtown before heading over to the Rose Bowl, which is under 2 miles away. Use our directory to find all of the dining options.  

    Here is the 2021 schedule with some kick-off times to be announced:

    • SAT AUG 28 (SAT) 12:30pm - UCLA vs. HAWAI'I

    • SAT SEP 4 (SAT) 5:30pm - UCLA vs. LSU

    • SAT SEP 18 (SAT) 7:45pm - UCLA vs. FRESNO STATE


    • SAT OCT 23 (SAT) TBD - UCLA vs. OREGON
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    Click the link to purchase your tickets today!

    Thank you in advance for your continued support to the Rose Bowl Legacy Foundation to help create moments at America's Stadium - a National Historic Landmark and California Civil Engineering Landmark.


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    Free Events in October October 1, 2021 - October 31, 2021
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    Free Events in October


    During the COVID-19 pandemic, the Pasadena Senior Center has offered many free online activities via Zoom for adults 50 and older, and now some onsite activities at the center are being reintroduced gradually.  

    Registration for Zoom events is required by visiting and clicking on Events, Clubs, and Lectures and then Online Events. Everyone who registers for Zoom events will receive an email link for joining each activity online. Anyone who does not have WiFi or an email address can call 626-795-4331 to receive a phone number to call to listen to live Zoom events.   

    Pasadena Senior Center membership and residency in Pasadena are not required for Zoom or onsite events.   

    Monthly Food Distribution Program — Friday, Oct. 1, from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the parking lot at Pasadena Senior Center. Low-income adults 60 and older receive one free box of food and couples receive two. Proof of income and California ID are required for first-time recipients. Each box includes foods that meet specific nutritional needs, such as cheese, canned fruits and vegetables, dry milk and related dairy products, cereals and other grain products, and more. Boxes are heavy, so bring a pull-behind personal cart to the parking lot between the Pasadena Senior Center and the Metro Gold Line station. Opening boxes on the premises is prohibited. Masks and social distancing are required. 

    Movie Matinees – Fridays, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29, at 1 p.m. onsite at Pasadena Senior Center. Watching a movie can be revitalizing and can allow viewers to relax and disconnect for a couple of hours. October's movies are ideal for the weeks leading to Halloween. Each Pasadena Senior Center member may bring one nonmember guest. Oct. 1: "Sleepy Hollow" (1999, R) starring Johnny Depp and Christina Ricci. Ichabod Crane is sent to Sleepy Hollow to investigate the murders of three people by The Headless Horseman. Oct. 8: "E.T. The Extraterrestrial" (1982, PG) starring Henry Thomas and Drew Barrymore. A young boy summons the courage to help a friendly alien escape Earth and return to his homeworld. Oct. 15: "Beetlejuice" (1988, PG) starring Michael Keaton and Geena Davis. The spirits of a deceased couple hire a malicious spirit to drive an unbearable couple out of their home. Oct. 22: "Death Becomes Her" (1992, PG-13) starring Meryl Streep and Bruce Willis. When a woman learns about an immortality treatment, she sees it as a way to outdo her long-time rival (Goldie Hawn). Oct. 29: "Coco" (2017, PG) with the voice talents of Anthony Gonzalez and Gael García Bernal. Despite his family's baffling, generations-old ban on music, young Miguel, an aspiring musician, enters the Land of the Dead where he meets an array of characters who help him unlock his family history. 

    Social Hour – Tuesdays, Oct. 5 to 26, from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. via Zoom. Each week Annie Laskey, Pasadena Senior Center's director of events, features a different topic, and participants share their related experiences. Sign in to share or simply to listen and enjoy the company of other participants.

    Decluttering, Transitioning, and Relocation – Thursday, Oct. 7, at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Discover the physical and emotional health benefits of decluttering, whether you are interested in simplifying your life, downsizing to prepare for a move to a smaller home or a senior living complex, or cleaning up your living space. Decluttering has physical and emotional benefits that also boost self-confidence and positive behaviors. Presented by Foundation for Senior Services.

    Case Management – Wednesday, Oct. 13, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. onsite at Pasadena Senior Center. Do you have a problem and don't know where to turn? Call a trained case manager who will assist you with issues such as arranging for meal delivery, transportation options, applying for caregiver services, qualifying for affordable housing, and much more. Provided by Human Services Association. 

    Medicare 101 Workshop – Wednesday, Oct. 13, from 1 to 2:30 p.m. via Zoom. John Dickey, a Medicare consultant, will discuss the many Medicare options available during the open enrollment period for medical insurance during this talk titled "Medicare Made Easy." 

    Virtual Painting – Thursday, Oct. 14, at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Express your creative side by painting your very own masterpiece at home. All you need are paper and colored pencils or watercolors. Step-by-step instructions from art teacher Megan Warren will help each participant bring artworks from start to finish. She also will discuss artistic principles and art history so each participant will have a foundation for applying colors. 

    Music on the Patio: Pam Kay and the Tap Chicks – Thursday, Oct. 14, at 2 p.m. on the patio behind Pasadena Senior Center. PSC's own Pam Kay and the Tap Chicks will bring their stylish dancing, exuberance, and humor to cheer up everybody's day! 

    Health Fair – Friday, Oct. 15, from 9 to 11 a.m. onsite at Pasadena Senior Center. Get free blood pressure and glucose testing, hearing tests, health counseling, community resources, and more. 

    Arthritis Exercise Classes – Mondays and Wednesdays, Oct. 18 to Nov. 24, from 10 to 11 a.m. via Zoom. Arthritis and other joint conditions can make it difficult to participate in traditional exercise. Low-impact exercises and gentle activities help increase joint flexibility and range of motion and help maintain muscle strength. The class, twice weekly for five weeks, is presented by Partners in Care. 

    Downsizing Your Home and Rightsizing Your Life – Thursday, Oct. 21, at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Downsizing can be an overwhelming task at any age and especially during the golden years when a lifetime of treasured photos, keepsakes, and other items accumulate to the point that they are unmanageable. Learn how to create a downsizing plan that works for you and get step-by-step directions for moving techniques as well as tips for navigating transitions. Presented by Foundation for Senior Services. 

    Music on the Patio: Cory Brendel – Thursday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m. on the patio behind Pasadena Senior Center. Back by popular demand, Cory Brendel will perform popular songs with his ukulele from Tin Pan Alley to The Beatles with an emphasis on standards from the 1930s and 1940s.  

    MUSE/IQUE Offstage Education Workshop – Wednesday, Oct. 27, at 4 p.m. via Zoom. Join MUSE/IQUE artistic producer Heather Lipson-Bell and guest artists from the MUSE/IQUE in a Minute! (...or Two) program as they explore music from the musicians’ perspective. 

    Virtual Doc Talk: Breast Cancer – Thursday, Oct. 28, at 10 a.m. via Zoom. Do you know all you should about breast cancer? Dr. Veronica Morales Banta will discuss survival rates, treatments, risks, prevention, symptoms, remission, recurrence, and how to live your best life with breast cancer. Presented by Aetna.

    Dispute Resolution – Thursday, Oct. 28, from 10 a.m. to noon onsite at Pasadena Senior Center. Mediation is often a good way to resolve disputes without going to court. A neutral and impartial person, known as a mediator, helps both sides communicate and try to reach a solution to their dispute that is acceptable to them. Mediation can help resolve landlord/tenant disputes, family conflicts, debtor/creditor issues, consumer/merchant problems, neighbor-to-neighbor conflicts, and more.   

    Cultural Thursdays: The Magnificent Monuments of Paris's Père Lachaise Cemetery – Thursday, Oct. 28, at 2 p.m. via Zoom. Père Lachaise Cemetery is one of the most famous in the world because of its remarkable combination of the beautiful, the historic, and the macabre. Annie Laskey, Pasadena Senior Center's director of events, will share her own photographs of the site along with tales of the cemetery, its monuments, and some of its renowned inhabitants – just in time for Halloween! 

    In addition to online classes, onsite events, and other activities, members and nonmembers of the Pasadena Senior Center are encouraged to visit the website regularly for a weekly blog, monthly magazine, COVID-19 updates for older adults, ongoing activities throughout the year, and more. 

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    Armory Fall Classes October 4, 2021 - December 18, 2021
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    Armory Fall Classes


    Armory Center for the Arts announces the Fall 2021 Session with a selection of in-person and online art classes for kids, teens, adults, and families from October 4 through December 18.

    The Armory is excited to welcome you back this fall with in-person classes for all ages! Or, try their popular online classes on Zoom. It's your choice! Classes include ceramics, life drawing, painting, sewing, color theory, animation, and more. For inspiration, all in-person students will get to tour the work of artist Alison Saar, whose exhibition Of Aether and Earthe is currently on view at the Armory.

    Armory members save 10% on tuition. Scholarships are available for eligible students in all age groups. Masks are required for all in-person students. With few exceptions, proof of COVID vaccination required for in-person students age 12+ on the first day of class.

    Browse In-Person Classes

    Browse Online Classes

    Apply for a Scholarship

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     One Colorado logo , Saturday, October 16, 2021  One Colorado logo , Saturday, October 16, 2021
    KCRW Summer Nights October 16, 2021 - October 23, 2021
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    KCRW Summer Nights



    Join KCRW and One Colorado as they celebrate summer with exciting concerts in the beautiful One Colorado open-air courtyard, located in the heart of Old Pasadena. 

    First off on Saturday, October 16, KCRW's very own Travis Holcombe is bringing Jungle Fire to the Summer Nights line-up this year. Experience LA’s explosive 10-piece Tropi-Funk juggernaut, Jungle Fire, in all of their Afro Latin funk glory at the beautiful One Colorado open-air courtyard, located in the heart of Old Pasadena. There are loads of marketplace options for you so come early and grab a bite from one of the patio restaurants. One Colorado is a quick walk from the Metro to the Gold Line stop at Memorial Park. Come dance under the stars!

    Schedule for Saturday, October 16

    • 7:30 – 8:00 pm KCRW DJ Travis Holcombe
    • 8:00 – 9:00 pm Jungle Fire
    • 9:00 – 10:00 pm KCRW DJ Travis Holcombe

    About Jungle Fire
    Conceived as a one-off Afro Latin funk jam between friends in 2011, Los Angeles’ Jungle Fire has quickly and steadily become an explosive 10-piece Tropi-Funk juggernaut lighting up sold-out dance floors and music festivals in several continents. Jungle Fire’s unique blend of deep funk, West African dance music and Afro-Caribbean rhythms has been a favorite of well-known DJs and taste makers worldwide, including the likes of Craig Charles and Gilles Peterson (BBC), the Paris DJs (France), Rich Medina, Garth Trinidad (KCRW), Cut Chemist, DJ Numark, and NPR, to name a few. Their sound is a direct reflection of the musical and cultural landscape of the city they call home; a highly explosive musical cocktail ready to ignite lovers of funky beats worldwide!

    Then, KCRW DJ LeRoy Downs, aka “The Jazzcat,” brings Thelonious Monk International Jazz Competition winner and jazz bassist Ben Williams to the beautiful One Colorado open-air courtyard. Ben will be joined by Syndee Winters (vocals), Braxton Cook (saxophone) Andrew Renfroe (guitar), and Jonathan Pinson (drums).

    Schedule for Saturday, October 23

    • 7:30 – 8:00 pm  KCRW DJ LeRoy Downs
    • 8:00 – 9:00 pm  Ben Williams Band
    • 9:00 – 10:00 pm  KCRW DJ LeRoy Downs

    LeRoy Downs is the curator of Los Angeles’ Just Jazz Concert Series and spins an eclectic mix of progress jazz every Sunday night on KCRW from 10:00 PM to midnight PT.

    About Ben Williams
    When it comes to Black music, Washington, D.C. produces its share of game-changers. That long list includes Duke Ellington, Chuck Brown, Marvin Gaye, Shirley Horn, Roberta Flack, Bad Brains, Meshell Ndegeocello, Wale, and Oddisee. You can add Ben Williams to that venerated roster. Williams has performed/recorded with such giants as Pat Metheny, George Benson, Stefon Harris, David Sanborn, Lauryn Hill, Wynton Marsalis, Robert Glasper, Maxwell, and Nicholas Payton. On his latest release I Am A Man, Williams discovers his true voice—both metaphorically and literally: The record marks the first time Williams contributes lead vocals to an album. In a voice that’s both honest and unassuming, Williams paints a portrait of an artist—and a black man in America—in search of answers to help guide him through life.

    About One Colorado
    One Colorado is an open-air shopping center that spans a full city block and is an exceptional retail and dining experience in the heart of historic Old Pasadena. With authentic charm, historic elegance, and sophisticated shopping, dining, and entertainment, One Colorado has something for everyone.

    Covid-safety guidelines and restrictions for this event:
    A masked crowd is a safer crowd. Thank you for staying masked at KCRW events.

    KCRW Member Perks!

    Flash your member card, and receive awesome member perks in the One Colorado courtyard:

    You can also make the night special with dinner at one of the courtyard restaurants -- Sushi RokuSage Vegan Bistro & Brewery or Il Fornaio.


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    Halloween at One Colorado October 23, 2021 - October 31, 2021
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    Halloween at One Colorado


    Halloween at One Colorado is a family affair with many options for dates and ways to celebrate. Join One Colorado for some spook’tacular Halloween events including pumpkin decorating, trick or treating, movie showing of Hocus Pocus, balloon animals, and more!

    • Saturday, October 23 – 11:00am - 1:00pm
      Annual Pumpkin Decorating 
      Get crafty with glitter glue, pipe cleaners, and markers to create your own spooky pumpkin!
    • Tuesday, October 26 – 4:30pm
      Buster Balloon Halloween Spook’tacular 
      Buster Balloon will dazzle with his creepy comedy and spooky monstrous balloon creations that will have everyone screeching with delight.
    • Thursday, October 28 – 4:30pm
      Bob Baker Halloween Spook’tacular 
      Join the ghostly ghouls of the Bob Baker Marionettes for a Halloween Hootenanny!
    • Sunday, October 31  –  5:00pm 
      Treat & Trail, Pics & A Flick!
      Head to the One Colorado Courtyard for a haunted Halloween trick-or-treating, family pix, and a 7:00pm screening of Hocus Pocus!


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     Old Pasadena Halloween , Saturday, October 23, 2021  Old Pasadena Halloween , Saturday, October 23, 2021
    Old Pasadena Halloween October 23, 2021 - October 31, 2021
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    Day of the Dead Concert October 24, 2021
    3:00 pm–5:00 pm
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    Day of the Dead Concert


    Celebrate the memory of family members with the Pasadena Senior Center as they present a joyful concert by the Susie Hansen Latin Trio Sunday, October 24, from 3:00 to 5:00 pm on the spacious patio behind the Pasadena Senior Center in honor of the traditional Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead).

    The patio will be decorated festively with traditional Día de los Muertos ornamentations. There will be plenty of room for listening and dancing to the renowned trio's irresistible music. 

    Everyone who attends is encouraged to bring a photograph or other memento of a loved one who has passed away and place it on the ofrenda, a special altar that will be created for the day. 

    Susie Hansen is a long-established jazz musician who has developed a style that features her electric violin as the lead instrument of the ensemble. She draws on various forms of jazz and Latin music. 

    The cost of the concert is free for members of the Pasadena Senior Center and only $5 for nonmembers. COVID protocols will be observed. To register or for more information, visit and click on Events, Clubs and Lectures, then At the Center or call 626-795-4331. 

    Members and nonmembers of the Pasadena Senior Center are encouraged to visit the website regularly for a weekly blog, monthly magazine, ongoing activities throughout the year, COVID updates for older adults and more. 

    The center, at 85 E. Holly Street, is an independent, donor-supported nonprofit organization that has served older adults for more than 60 years. 

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    Phantoms, Specters and Demons, Oh My! October 30, 2021
    7:30 pm–9:30 pm
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    Phantoms, Specters and Demons, Oh My!


    Rudolf Steiner Community Center hosts "Phantoms, Specters and Demons, Oh My!"  Do phantoms, specters and demons really exist? Or, are they just a figment of our imagination invented to be scary on Halloween? What did Rudolf Steiner say about them? Linda Connell, member of the Los Angeles Branch of Anthroposophy in America, will explore these questions just in time for Halloween. For those attending in-person, Eurythmy pieces will be performed by Andrew Dzedulionis. Chocolate will be provided for quick recovery. Costumes are welcome. This event is not for children!

    This event is FREE. Your donations are gratefully accepted at the door or online. Credit cards accepted, with gratitude. You may also register online and participate via zoom


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    Spirit: Art Afterlife November 1, 2021 - December 15, 2021
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    Spirit: Art Afterlife


    Gold Bug Gallery presents Spirit: Art Afterlife -- a group exhibition and auction featuring the sculptural art of twenty contemporary artists playfully exploring life after death.

    Opening Reception 5:00-9:00pm on Monday, November 1

    Gold Bug invites you to spend part of your evening, on that celebratory day of Día de los Muertos, delighting in art and drink at the opening reception of Spirit: Art Afterlife

    For the exhibit, Gold Bug has provided 20 contemporary artists with the same blank canvas on which to work, a three-dimensional ghost sculpture made by ceramic artist, Roberto Cambi. The finished collection will be put on display at Gold Bug and become available for purchase to the general public via online bidding at 5:00pm on Monday, November 1 through  5:00pm on Wednesday, December 15. The net proceeds generated from the show will be donated to the ACLU of Southern California.

    The iconic ghost figures featured in the show were designed and fabricated specifically for the event by Italian-based artist, Roberto Cambi, who began working with ceramics early in life while studying at the Academia di Pittura in Faenza, the historic city known worldwide for its manufacture of majolica and glazed earthenware pottery. The artists invited to embellish Cambi’s ghost sculptures draw on a mastery of craft derived from their individual involvement in a myriad of disciplines that include set and costume design, mechanical engineering, special effect prosthetic production, taxidermy display and miniature assemblage, glass art production, graphic design, fine art painting, photomontage mixed media work, metalwork, and more. On paper, perhaps an unexpected grouping of artists, but upon further examination intimately bound by their curiosity and appreciation for the natural world and its simulation. The collection as a whole represents a broad swath of contemporary surrealist work, asking the viewer to reconsider what they know about the genre today. And, to put a smile on their face.

    Participating Artists listed in alphabetical order by first name:

    • Brett Alan Nelson
    • Brooke Weston
    • Catherine Gisez
    • Chris Towle
    • Douglas Little
    • Gustavo Rimada
    • Johnny KMNDZ Rodriguez
    • Kristina Drake
    • Laura Kramer
    • Liz Huston
    • Mark Villalobos
    • Michael Campbell
    • Michael Schmidt
    • Nathalie Tierce
    • Roberto Benavidez
    • Rooted and Stitched
    • Sasha Camacho
    • Somsara Rielly
    • Steven Daily
    • Vincent Van Dyke

    Exhibition on view: November 1, 2021 — December 15, 2021
    Opening Reception : 5:00 - 9:00pm on Monday, November 1, 2021
    Online Bidding Opens: 5:00pm on Monday, November 1, 2021
    Online Bidding Closes: 5:00pm on Wednesday, December 15, 2021
    Gallery Viewing Hours: Thursday-Tuesday 11:00am - 5:00pm

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    Rose Parade Parking Passes November 15, 2021 - December 31, 2021
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    Rose Parade Parking Passes


    Every year, the Tournament of Roses Parade rings in the year along Colorado Boulevard in Old Pasadena. Beginning mid-November 2021, we will offer parade day parking in our three conveniently located Park & Walk Garages. Purchase your parking pass at one of our three structures by calling (626) 577-8963 when they become available.

    • De Lacey Park & Walk Garage
    • Schoolhouse Park & Walk Garage
    • Marriott Park & Walk Garage 
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