Lookin’ to creep it real this Halloween? The City of Upland has the Scary-A-Faire for you!
Join us in Historic Downtown Upland on Saturday, October 30, from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with this eek-tastic, safe, and family-friendly event that will include games, pumpkin decorating, contests, and of course…trick-or-treating! A special thanks goes out to our ghoul-friends @downtown.upland for helping the community eat, drink, and be scary this year!
This event is a perfectly SPOOK-TACULAR way to connect with the community and advertise your business, organization, or service club free of charge. The event is highly attended with 3,000 children anticipated each year. Register for this great event by returning the completed application form by Friday, October 15.
For additional information, please contact Upland Recreation and Community Services at (909) 931-4280.
Tour de Foothills is the perfect weekend activity for everyone from the avid cyclist to a fun family day. With 4 rides to choose from, TDF is perfect for all skill levels with multiple fully stocked rest stops for food, water, and fun! After crossing the finish line receive a finisher’s medal and complimentary meal ticket. Grab your lunch, a beer and enjoy the post-ride festivities at the Tour de Brews beer garden and Vendor Village. Please visit https://www.
2021 Upland Christmas Parade
Christmas is just around the corner and it’s been two years since the last Upland Christmas Parade due to the pandemic. This year the Cooper Museum along with the City of Upland and the many fine merchants of Upland will be bringing you the 44th Annual Christmas Parade December 4th, 2021 starting at 11:00 am in Historic Downtown Upland. We are looking for participants, sponsors, dignitaries and volunteers to help with this years parade. For the past five years the Cooper Museum has been putting on the parade with the help of donations given by many of the businesses as well as families here in Upland. Putting on the parade is no small task, but with the help and support we’ve gotten in the past from the community we make it happen. We hope many of you will offer your help and support to make this year the best ever.
This year’s event includes a Holiday Faire which will be held in the streets and open to all. It will start at 8:30 am, before the parade, and end at 3:00 pm, well after the parade. The Holiday Faire will feature food and gift vendors and more! It’s been a tradition for many years and we expect it to be exceptional this year.
The parade route this year will be the same as in the past. 2nd Ave and 9th Street will be the primary area of the parade. Part of A Street and 3rd Ave will be blocked for staging. The Parade will begin at A Street and 2nd Ave and go north to 9th Street, then east to 3rd Ave where it will make a U-turn and head back west to 2nd, north to C, south to 9th, west to 1st, east to 2nd, and then back south to A Street where it will end. Normally the route is packed. It is standing room only so if you want a front row location, bring your chairs and come early!
As always, we will have Security and Medical personnel available for any emergency to ensure a safe event for you and your family. The services, permits, signage etc. can be quite costly. This is why the Cooper Museum needs as much support as possible in the form of Sponsorships donations and Volunteers. We hope you will consider helping. You can make a donation online or by downloading and submitting the Sponsorship form below. Thank you!
For more information about the parade, please visit https://www.
For Vendor Applications, please email Elaine Gomez at firstname.lastname@example.org and she will contact you with all the info you need for the Holiday Faire.