It’s that time of year! This year’s Pocket/Greenhaven July 4th Parade will be on Tuesday July 4th. The parade begins promptly at 10:00am and follows the usual route from the corner of Windbridge and South Land Park Drive, south on Windbridge and right on Pocket Road, ending at the entrance of Garcia Bend Park.
Registration for the 2023 4th of July Parade is now OPEN! Entry is free and all of the details can be found here: http://july4thpocketparade.com/. The deadline to enter is June 22, 2023. Due to the size of the parade, there will be no walk up/day of entries accepted.
With an event of this size, it is necessary to close roads along the parade route, and staging area to ensure that everyone is able to enjoy the parade safely.
Here’s an interesting event going on just outside of our neighborhood boundaries:
Bring your 0-5 year olds and join children’s musician Jillian Van Ness of Grow Resilient Families for a fun morning of live music-making on the trail! Jillian will reveal some of her new, original songs inspired by the Del Rio Trail in this 30-minute, interactive class.
Bring your shakers/instruments (even a tupperware container filled w/ dried beans, car keys, or two sticks picked up along the trail will work beautifully!) picnic blanket snack/lunch, water bottles to enjoy after music wear sturdy, close-toed shoes as the site is under construction hats, sunscreen, etc Admission is FREE but space is limited! Pre-registration and a commitment to attend is required via Eventbrite.
Do you have concerns regarding sideshows, street racing, and reckless driving? Join Vice Mayor Eric Guerra, Mayor Pro Tem Mai Vang, and Councilmember Rick Jennings for a town hall discussing traffic safety issues in the city.
You are invited to join the Pocket Greenhaven Community Association team for May is Bike Month!
During the month of May, log your miles and help propel the PGCA team to the top of the leaderboard. We will try to organize rides for team members to get to know each other, as well as get some fresh air and miles! You do not need to be a PGCA member to join, but it is appreciated. If you have any ideas for group ride routes, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.