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October 8, 2013

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The Festival  

Entertainment and Activities

Our Sponsors

Vendors and Volunteers

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[UPDATE]: As a result of the recent federal government shutdowns, the Rosie the Riveter WWII/Home Front National Historical Park has been closed. Despite their temporary furlough, the Home Front Festival will take place as scheduled on Saturday, October 12th, from 11am-4pm. If the closure ends we have been assured the National Park Service will be there in full force. In the meantime,
join us!

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Entertainment Schedule:
National Anthem & Welcome
11:15AM Mariachi Nueva Band
The Contra Costa Chorale
12:45PM The Elite Jazz Band
1PM Rosie Reunion photo
2PM The Dave Matthews BLUES Band
2:50PM But-tah
3:15PM The Originalz

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Our Sponsors:  

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Richmond Chamber  
of Commerce
3925 Macdonald Avenue 
Richmond, CA 94805 

510.234.3540 fax 

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11AM - 4PM
Craneway Pavilion
1414 Harbour Way South, Richmond

Join us at the 2013 celebration that will feature interactive activities for family members of all ages - from kids to grandparents. This year's festival will focus on engaging our youth in their Richmond history.
Learn more at www.rcoc.com.

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YMCA Home Front Run/Walk
Can do 2Sign up to participate in the YMCA Home Front 5K & 10K Fun Run/Walk beginning at 9am before the Home Front Festival opens! The run will take you along Richmond's beautiful shoreline. Giveaways include sports clothing and other excellent prizes. Download more information or register online now.

San Francisco DUCK Tours
San Francisco Duck Tours at the Home Front FestivalTake a tour of Marina Bay on this historic amphibious vehicle, from the WWII era, conducted by the San Francisco Duck Tours. This FREE 1 hour, National Park Service guided tour will take you along the shoreline, both by land and sea, to explore Richmond's interesting past relating to the Home Front effort during World War II. Safe for children ages three and up. Tours leave every hour between 11am and 3pm. Reserve your seats online now.
Kids Zone
Kids Can Do It!This year, the Home Front Festival is geared toward engaging our youth in their Richmond heritage. Video game truck, jump-houses, face painting, art projects, games and interactive activities for family members of all ages.

Ride on Historical 1940's Buses to the SS Red Oak Victory
Can do 4Catch a ride on the 1940's buses to the historic SS Red Oak Victory. Tour the ship and learn about its history during the WWII era.

Artisan, Nonprofit and Business Vendors
Visit local artisan craft, information, nonprofit and business vendor booths set up throughout the Craneway Pavilion. If you would like to participate as a vendor, click here.
Food & Beverages
Food and beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) will be available for purchase. Enjoy food from local vendors such as Assemble, Philly Cheesesteak, C-Dogs, Mike Hutslar, and Go Go Squeez.
Can do 5Rosie the Riveter Reunion & Photo
Are you a Rosie or were you involved in the WWII home front initiative? We thank you and salute you for your role in America's historical legacy. A photo will be taken at 1PM of all the Rosies who attend. Don't miss it!

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[PENDING] Visit the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park Visitor Education Center
This brand new visitor education center is located next to the newly named restaurant "Assemble" (formerly the BoilerHouse Restaurant) and the Craneway Pavilion. Visit their temporary exhibit, Kids in WWII: Imagination & Reality. This exhibit will debut on Saturday, October 12, 2013 and will run through March 2014. Learn more.

[PENDING] National Park Service Family Activities and Games
Browse the exhibits in the Visitor Center to learn more about the park and the history of the area. Children can visit the Park Ranger booth and become a Junior Ranger.

A partnership of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, City of Richmond and Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park

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