Happy Birthday Pasadena! You don’t look a day over 70.

This Saturday June 11th the city of Pasadena turns 125 years old and the Pasadena Museum of History is cordially inviting you to the party!  Image: Eyegotcha Photography. Birthday crown by Madeit4u.

“What better way to honor Pasadena’s 125th birthday than with a community-wide party spotlighting the City’s richly diverse population, organizations and talent?”  – Pasadena Museum of History website

The festivities, which will take place throughout the grounds of Pasadena Museum of History and the adjacent Avery Dennison, include:

  • Continuous live music, dance, theatre and storytelling, on two stages
  • Special entertainment and activities for children and families
  • A spectacular birthday cake created especially for the occasion by chefs from Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Pasadena
  • Appearances by local dignitaries and celebrities
  • History displays and live presentations from some of the City’s outstanding businesses and organizations
  • A Food Patio featuring a variety of delicious cuisines prepared by favorite local restaurants
  • Signature cocktails created especially for Happy Birthday Pasadena, available in the exclusive, stage-adjacent Bar Lounge
  • Raffle opportunities on unique baskets filled with items designed to help you celebrate your own special birthdays
  • Antique cars, fire truck, and more
  • Fun for all ages!

For a complete schedule of the party’s activities click here.

 

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One response to “Happy Birthday Pasadena! You don’t look a day over 70.

  1. It’s a busy weekend but I made room for an hour visit at the Bday party. Keep up your good work!

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