Thank you to the Peninsula Celebration Association for announcing:
Casa Circulo Cultural de Redwood City
First Place Winner in the Floats - RWC 150 History category!
The 4th of July Parade and Festival in Redwood City is a leading Independence Day Celebration in the West. Alongside celebrating America’s birthday, the city of Redwood City was also celebrating its 150th anniversary.
Casa Circulo Cultural participated in the 4th of July Parade and entered in the Floats - RWC 150 History category. The many talented volunteers of Casa Circulo created this amazing float; the construction, design and makeup completed by them. This float symbolized the 150 years of history and architecture of the city of Redwood City. Like in a photo album, the parade spectators were able to appreciate the vivid living images in black and white from the past and the colorful images to present-day.
We received various compliments from the public and we owe a big THANK YOU to all who worked so hard to make this float a realization; a special recognition and thank you to Fernando Escartiz, the talented artist who designed this float and brought it to life. Fernando is currently in charge of all the construction and designing for Casa’s stage sets for theatre performances and other events we attend.
If you’d like to volunteer in our next project, or want more information about Casa Circulo Cultural, please visit our website at www.circulocultural.org.