“Malibu Celebrates with Parades, Picnics and Fire Works”!
The USA has made it to year 241, which is certainly something to celebrate! We have survived a lot in that time so we should celebrate are resilience! We should also basque in the beauty of our diversity and continue to honor it. Freedom of speech and the press are two other great gifts which we must continue to protect for ourselves and those who come after us.
A fun way to start the day is the annual Point Dume parade and picnic. This is the 18th year for the Point Dume parade and picnic. Organizer Doug Randall estimates around 1700 people attended last year’s event. The parade begins at 10:AM where Bluewater and Birdview meet. The decorated golf carts, dogs, bikes etc are something to behold. The picnic at Point Dume Marine Science School goes until 2 P.M. There will be music, hot dogs and burgers etc for purchase.
This year there will be barges on the water off the Malibu Colony and Paradise Cove providing the annual fireworks displays! The shows should begin by 9 PM and wind up no later than 10 PM. These stellar displays always manage to exceed our expectations!
Enjoy the holiday festivities, drive carefully and always remember there is Lyft, Uber and other ride services for your safety and conveniences. Be sure to keep your pets indoors and as sound proof as possible.
Gracee Arthur / CalBRe #01118257 cell 310-804-0708 firstname.lastname@example.org
Malibu Office 23405 Pacific Coast Hwy at Cross Creek.