La Palma’s 2013 Fitness Run For Fun

A healthy way to kick off your Fourth of July Festivities! La Palma’s Fitness Run for Fun is more than just another run: it’s an opportunity to experience that small town/hometown sense of community; to share quality time with your family, neighbors, and friends; and to focus on health and wellness while participating in a quality running, walking, or strolling experience.

The 2013 Fitness Run for Fun flyer has complete event information, including race divisions, awards, course map, and information about the La Palma Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast.

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La Palma Days 2012

In salute of Veterans Day, La Palma Days will feature a parade, live entertainment, children’s activities, food, and several vendors. Over 200 entries will parade down Walker Street from Houston to La Palma Avenue. They include junior and senior high school bands, celebrities, elected officials, dignitaries, veterans, the fire department, JROTC units, military entries, businesses, local schools, clubs and organizations, and more.

The festival will also have a line up of cultural entertainment at the Pavilion Stage. Children can enjoy free balloon animals, face painting, rides, and several other activities.

La Palma Days 2012

La Palma, California

La Palma was incorporated on October 26, 1955. It was originally incorporated as Dairyland, and was one of three dairy cities in the region {the other two being Dairy Valley in Cerritos and Dairy City in Cypress} but when the dairies moved east in 1965, the name of the community was changed to La Palma, after the region’s Spanish heritage and its main thoroughfare, La Palma Avenue.  La Palma was listed in 2007 as the 16th best place to live among small cities (50,000 or less) in the United States by Money Magazine.