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Nestled along the coast in the southeast corner of Long Beach, Belmont Shore is a charming beachside community home to more than 250 businesses. Second Street and the fifteen intersecting side streets make up the business district of Belmont Shore.
The business corridor lines the center of this seaside community, affectionately referred to by locals as “the Shore.” The neighborhood features beautiful Spanish style homes from the 1920’s and 30’s as well as charming beach bungalows.
The Annual Belmont Shore Christmas Parade is scheduled to begin at 6:00 p.m., on Saturday, December 6, 2014, and the Long Beach Police Department encourages attendees to comply with all laws for everyone’s safety: – Allow plenty of time to find LEGAL parking and consider using public transportation, which is affordable and allows you to avoid traffic congestion.
It has been 10 years since Fern’s Garden opened the doors at its location at 5308 E. 2nd Street in Belmont Shore in August of 2004. To celebrate the occasion, owner Fern Solomon has declared Saturday, October 25 to be “Customer Appreciation Day.” “We give thanks for the support of our loyal customers and the community that we have had the honor of serving for ten years in Belmont Shore,” said Fern.
Rotaract Long Beach will be hosting a free, public sand sculpture building workshop for the public at Granada Beach in Belmont Shore on Saturday, July 19th from 10:00am-2:00 pm. The workshop will be part of the Love Long Beach Festival hosted by Alfredo’s Beach Shack.
Justin Rudd’s nonprofit Community Action Team (CAT) invites the public to enter the “Roses Are Red…” poetry contest following the “30-Minute Beach Cleanup” on Sat., Feb. 15, 2014.
The 31st Annual Belmont Shore Christmas Parade comes to town Saturday, December 7, 2013 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This year’s parade is on Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, so the theme, Christmas by the Sea, will support the troops, honor America’s veterans and remember Pearl Harbor.
Fiendishly fun events for Halloween in Long Beach! Are you looking for tricks or treats? Halloween in Long Beach always has plenty of both. Whether you want to dance the night away at a costume ball or prefer more family-friendly entertainment, there are more than enough events to make adults and kids shriek with delight.
Castle by the Sea, photo by The Trial. The Great Sand Sculpture Contest is a Long Beach tradition and one of the city’s most popular summer events. Rotaract Long Beach hosts the free, community festival features sand sculpting, arts and crafts and live music.
Photo Credit – Ko Tanaka, Mission Viejo, CA for Long Beach Grand Prix, 2013 Rotaract Long Beach prepares to host the 81st Annual Great Sand Sculpture Contest, a free, two-day community festival featuring amateur and professional sand sculpting, arts and crafts, live music and charity fundraising.
On Friday, July 26, 2013, officers from the Long Beach Police Department responded to a three vehicle traffic collision involving a 2005 Toyota Sequoia and two Harley Davidson motorcycles. at the intersection of 2nd Street and Glendora Avenue.
10th Annual “Great American 4th of July Kids’ Bike Parade” Expecting Hundreds of Kids and Tons of Fun
Justin Rudd’s 10th annual “Great American 4th of July Kids’ Bike Parade” is all about Red, White and Youth. start/finish: 1 Granada Ave. heading east on the beach bike path, Belmont Shore, 90803 Thurs., July 4, 10 a.m.