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March 9, 2017 civiccouch0

The Manhattan Beach Little League celebrated their opening day on Saturday 4th.
The Parade started at 9:00 AM on the corner of Valley Drive and Manhattan Beach Boulevard, headed west on Manhattan Beach Boulevard to Highland Avenue, then north to 15th Street and east to American Martyrs. The parade included antique cars, a fire truck, Mira Costa Band and Little League players and coaches.



June 20, 2014 civiccouch0

“It is so great to celebrate in our neck of the woods. This is just awesome. Thank you,” added Los Angeles Kings Captain Dustin Brown.
“Party at my house,” defenseman Drew Doughty yelled as goalie Jonathan Quick tossed beer cans to the crowd. “Go Kings, go,” the crowd responded.
Captain Dustin Brown led the parade, cradling the Stanley Cup while riding on the roof of a black South Bay police assault vehicle. Each time he raised the cup the crowd erupted in cheeres. Fans lined the parade route four to ten people deep. Brown’s teammates followed in the truck beds of 15 Toyota Tundras.



June 18, 2014 civiccouch0

The Manhattan Beach 100 year centennial parade took place May 19th, 2012. The parade route went up (east) on Manhattan Beach Blvd and ended at Polliwog Park. The parade included local clubs, organizations, politicians, historic figures and more.  People lined Manhattan Beach Blvd to cheer on the parade. A park wide picnic followed the parade.