Rose, White & Blue Party
Time & Location
About the Event
Visit the Visual Philosophy booth at the Rose, White and Blue Party on Shasta Ave. to purchase art kits, sign up for new Summer classes and say hi! When you're done there, head to our studio at 1065 The Alameda (near Cafe Rosalena) for a chance to win a discount for one of our many creative classes at the School of Visual Philosophy! All you have to do is:
1. Take a photo in front of our new info wall at Visual Philosophy
2. Post it your Instagram or Facebook account
3. Tag @schoolofvp
4. Use the hashtag #SVPSJ
While you're there, you can see us fire up the forges for some Blacksmithing demonstrations, and peruse our new Rustic Artisan Storefront with lots of great local art for sale.
See you there!
Rose, White and Blue Party
The 13th Annual Rose, White and Blue 4th of July Parade and Festival (RW&B Parade and Festival) on The Alameda is the longest running parade of its kind in San José. Its history dates back to the tradition of the Rose Parades in the 1920s and 1930s, at which point the Fiesta de las Rosas was the largest parade in San José. This historic parade attracted more than 500,000 spectators and was equal in stature to Pasadena's "Rose Parade." Now into our second decade of parades, in this contemporary iteration, we have created a true legacy of happy memories for our neighbors and for visitors of San José. Every year this free to attend parade and festival grows and becomes a family tradition in San José and a destination for people of the greater SF Bay Area.