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August 4, 2017
7:00 pm: Pasadena in the Movies Ice Cream Social & Film Screening7:00 pm: Pasadena in the Movies Ice Cream Social & Film Screening
August 4, 2017 –
More than 100 years ago, Thomas Edison hired James White to produce short films called "actualities," including two pieces about the Rose Parade. This was the beginning of a long history of filming in Pasadena. Today, the city continues to be a frequent location for both film and TV productions of all kinds. Join us for excerpts of famous and not so famous film locations in Pasadena over the decades. Can you identify them? Mysteries made all the merrier with FREE ice cream! A family-friendly summer event; donation requested.
August 5, 2017
9:00 am: Pasadena in the Movies9:00 am: Pasadena in the Movies
August 5, 2017 –
Pasadena buildings and cityscapes have been used in hundreds of films, TV shows, and commercials as varied as “Father of the Bride,” “Batman,” “Chinatown,” and even “Gone with the Wind.” Celebrate Pasadena’s starring role with us on this luxury bus tour of film locations. Discover gracious tree-lined streets featuring recognizable residences, iconic public buildings, and breathtaking vistas, all related to movies and shows you’ll recognize or be surprised to learn about!
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September 2, 2017
9:00 am: Hike Up Historic Echo Mountain9:00 am: Hike Up Historic Echo Mountain
September 2, 2017
This is a 6-mile round-trip moderately difficult hike in the San Gabriel Mountains up Mount Lowe. The well-established trail leads to the old Echo Mountain Resort, the former site of a grand alpine tavern and the aerial tramway that brought guests up the mountain side. Today, remnants of the old Mount Lowe Railway and the hotel can still be seen, along with stunning views of the San Gabriel Valley. Sturdy shoes and plenty of drinking water are highly recommended. Although well-traveled, portions of the trail are quite steep and/or narrow.
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