Top 10+ reasons to bring your camera (fully charged) to this year’s UC Celebration

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  1. Bike and pet parade (starts at 10:30 from Standley Middle School)
  2. Book Barn sales (opens at 9 AM, please bring your own bag)
  3. Booths include food, shopping, demos, giveaways, animals, information, community groups and more (check out all the booths from 11 AM – 4 PM)
  4. Car Show (at Spreckels parking lot from noon – 2 PM)
  5. Food, treats, shopping (check out all the booths from 11 AM – 4 PM)
  6. Free swim at Swanson Pool (12 noon – 4)
  7. Free trees to UC residents (Trees 1000 booth open 11 AM – 4 PM)
  8. Fun run/walk 5K and 1 mile (register starting at 6:30 AM)
  9. Music, activities and entertainment from main stage throughout the day (8 AM – 7 PM)
  10. Obstacle course and kids activities (11 AM – 4)
  11. Old Town Trolley rides on Governor (11 AM – 7:30 PM)
  12. Pancake breakfast (7:30 AM – 9)
  13. Photo booth ‘selfies’ sponsored by UCCA (check out all the booths from 11 AM – 4 PM)
  14. Polynesian dancers (main stage at 12:30 PM)
  15. Pony mini-rides and photos (check out all the booths from 11 AM – 4 PM)
  16. Rock climbing and kids activities (11 AM – 4)
  17. Shopping, community vendors and service groups (check out all the booths from 11 AM – 4 PM)
  18. Slug-a-thon contest (sponsored by UCLL at Fort Field near Spreckels from noon – 4 PM)
  19. Snow playground for 10 and younger (behind Rec Center from 2 – 4 PM)
  20. Standley Middle School marching band (leading the bike and pet parade from 10:30 – 11)
  21. Wine and beer garden (opens at noon)
  22. Yoga and fitness demos (check out all the booths from 11 AM – 4 PM)
  23. Zorb (hamster) ball races and kids activities (11 AM – 4)
  24. … and much more!!!!

For all the photo opportunities (and the complete schedule of the 29th annual 4th of July University City Celebration at Standley Park), visit; or download the UC Celebration flyer by clicking on the attached image.

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