Announcements and Information
Holiday Lighted Parade rescheduled due to expected rainfall; now set for Saturday, Dec. 10
Dec 02 2016 - 04:38:00 pm
Pasadena’s Holiday Lighted Parade has been rescheduled, due to the expected rainfall this weekend. The parade will now be held at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10.

The parade route remains the same; it will start at the intersection of Fairmont Pkwy. and Pansy St., then will travel along Fairmont to Watters, make a U-turn and go back to Pansy.

The road closures scheduled for the parade have also been rescheduled. Pansy St. will be closed from Keith to Fairmont from 3-9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 10. In addition, Fairmont Pkwy. will also be closed from approximately 6:30-10:00 p.m.

The annual Holiday Lighted Parade is hosted by the City of Pasadena and the Pasadena Strawberry Festival. For an entry form, visit www.strawberryfest.org. For more information or questions about the parade, call (281) 991-9500.
More than 8,000 cans of food used in huge Christmas display at City Hall
Dec 02 2016 - 04:35:00 pm
Pasadena’s City Hall has been transformed into a larger-than-life Christmas scene, thanks to Kroger and the students at the Dr. Kirk Lewis Career & Technical High School. The display includes Thomas the Train, a snowman, a Christmas tree, several gingerbread men and more.

And, amazingly, it’s all made out of food.

In total, more than 8,000 cans of food were used for the “CANstruction” project. The students began collecting food at the school, but the project was able to expand beyond everyone’s expectations when Kroger generously offered to donate more than 7,000 cans of food.

Under the instruction of David Scarcella, engineering and robotics students created the design using CAD software and mathematics skills. Art students and organizations and clubs within the school helped create custom wrappings for each can and wrapped them all by hand.

Students assembled the scene at Pasadena’s City Hall (1211 Southmore), where it will be on display throughout the holiday season.

In early January, the students will return to take down the scene, and Kroger will donate all of the canned goods to the five Pasadena food pantries who were part of the city’s annual Can Do Food Drive.

To see photos of the CANstruction, visit our online photo gallery.
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