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Alpine Wall of Honor Ceremony – July 22, 2017

Wall of Honor Ceremony July 22nd 9:30 a.m.

We have the privilege of honoring 17 American heroes recently added to the Alpine Veterans Wall of Honor.  Please join us for our Dedication Ceremony as we welcome these men and women to our Wall of Honor and make sure they are properly recognized and thanked for their service to our great country.  The ceremony will be held on Saturday, July 22nd at 9:30 a.m. at the Alpine Community Center, 1830 Alpine Blvd., Alpine CA. Chairman Dan Foster will be just returning from witnessing the launch of the USS John Finn in Hawaii and should have some great stories to share. We hope to see you there.

Alpine Veterans Wall of Honor | (619) 719-3905 | E-mail | Website

Yoga, Stretch, Tone & Release Class Every Wednesday at the Alpine Community Center!

Yoga, Stretch, Tone & Release class with Instructor Natalie Lynch at the Alpine Community Center Every Wednesday Morning from 9:30am to 10:30am.  Class cost is $8 for members and $10 for no-members. FIRST CLASS IS ALWAYS FREE! The Alpine Community Center is located at 1830 Alpine Blvd., Alpine Ca 91901. For more info call Natalie at 760-908-1268 or email


Veterans Wanted for 2017 4th of July Parade in Alpine

Veterans Wanted for 4th of July Parade

We need to firm up the number of veterans who would like to ride on or walk beside our Veterans float in the upcoming Fourth of July Parade.  The parade route is a short half mile downhill walk from the Alpine Women’s Club on Alpine Blvd. to the Alpine Community Center.  Those veterans with mobility issues will ride on the float, others will walk beside it carrying flags.  We need your commitment ASAP so that we can purchase enough flags for those walking. Staging begins at the Alpine Women’s Club at 8:30 a.m. on July 4th and the parade will kick-off promptly at 10 a.m. with the flyover of refurbished biplanes from World War II. When we reach the Alpine Community Center, there will be a carnival with live country western music, a deep pit BBQ, a beer garden, lots of activities for the children and vendor booths with additional food and games.  The Alpine Outlaws will be there for extra fun.

Please let us know ASAP.  Patriotic dress is the only requirement! Alpine Veterans Wall of Honor | 619 719-3905

SUMMER CONCERTS ARE BACK at the Alpine Community Center Park!

SUMMER CONCERTS ARE BACK at the Alpine Community Center Park! (1830 Alpine Blvd, Alpine, CA 91901 – behind the Library) Presented by the Alpine Community Center & the Alpine Library. All concerts are on Fridays at 6:30 pm. Bring your blanket or chair and relax (or dance) on the lawn. Food will be available for purchase from local vendors.


June 30 – The US Navy 32nd St Brass Band: Jazz, funk, Dixieland, and R&B

July 14 – Jukebox: Covers and fun party music

July 28 – Chet & the Committee: Blues & soul

August 11 – The Ideas Band: Classic rock & roll

August 25 – Whiskey Ridge:  Country & classics

For more info please contact Cindi Robertson, Director of Operations – Alpine Community Center 619.445.7330 or email

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Alpine Fourth of July Parade & Carnival – July 4, 2017

Fourth of July Parade and Carnival in Alpine on Tuesday, July 4, 2017 at 10am!

How many of you thought there was still a 4th of July parade in Alpine up at Crown Hills? There has not been one since 2013. Alpine Kiwanis, Alpine Chamber of Commerce and Alpine Community Center and a few others are sponsoring a parade down Alpine Boulevard at 10:00 AM on July fourth. We want all to come and be a part of the day.

The parade will start at West Victoria then go down Alpine Boulevard to the Community Center where the carnival will be at the park.  Parade folks will check in at the Women’s Club parking lot at 8:30 AM. There will be the parade, a carnival with music, deep-pit Bar-B-Q, food, booths, a beer Garden and relay races to name a few of the things you can do to be part of the celebration of the birth of our nation here in Alpine.

4th of july dogWe would like to invite any group to be part of the parade. Our only requirement is that you decorate in red, white and blue. If you are a business or individual that does not want to march but would like to be a sponsor and be a part of this day we welcome your sponsorship. If you would like to have a booth and be part of the carnival you can sign up as a non-profit or for profit and reserve your spot today. All registration forms for these three opportunities can be picked up at the Alpine Community Center or Alpine Chamber of Commerce.  You can also download them at the Alpine Kiwanis website, under Events.

We want Alpine to be “united,” as we celebrate the birth of our nation. Make it a day of fun remembering 241 years as a country.  Our vision for this day is a parade and an old fashioned carnival where we can get to know our neighbors, have a good time and unite together as the great community of Alpine. Mark your calendars, plan to be a Sponsor, and/or get a group of folks to be in the parade, and join in kicking off another year as a nation. for more info please contact Pene Manale 619-659-8727 or email

You can be in the parade, have booth at the Carnival  and/or be a sponsor! Or just support us by displaying the Poster.

Click Here to get the Parade Entry Form
Click Here to get the Carnival Booth Form
Click Here to get the Sponsor ship Form





“Community Coffee Town Hall” with Senator Joel Anderson – May 11, 2017

Senator Joel Anderson invites you to join him for a “Community Coffee” hosted by Alpine Honorary Mayor Rose Signore, on Thursday, May 11, 2017 from 6pm to 7pm at the Alpine Community Center (1830 Alpine Blvd., Alpine, Ca. 91901). Making State Government work for you is priority number one! Come to the “Community Coffee Town Hall” to discuss the issues that are most important to you and your family. Please RSVP by Wednesday, May 10 by calling 619-596-3136 or register HERE



Wildfire Preparedness Day at the Alpine Community Center – May 20, 2017

Alpine’s National Prizewinning Project at the Alpine Community Center

On Saturday, May 20, 2017, the Back Country Land Trust (BCLT) is hosting a “Wildfire Preparedness Day” at the Alpine Community Center from 9am-12noon. Come see the fuel-reduction demonstration project along Alpine Creek (behind the Alpine Academy/Julian Charter School). This project will showcase the work of the Greater Alpine Fire Safe Council and East County Transitional Living Center and demonstrate to homeowners what a good defensible space project should look like. Volunteers will have the chance to participate in protecting and enhancing native plants on-site or helping with clean up along the creek. Local organizations on hand to talk about their programs and answer questions include:
* Alpine Fire Protection District
* Sunrise Powerlink Grants Program
* Back Country Land Trust
* Greater Alpine Fire Safe Council
* East County Transitional Living Center
* State Farm Insurance / Laurie Hallihan

BBQ lunch provided by Kiwanis Club of Alpine! Funding for this project provided by grants from the: California Fire Safe Council, National Fire Protection Association, State Farm Insurance, with in-kind contributions from Greater Alpine Fire Safe Council, Back Country Land Trust, Alpine Community Center and Alpine Kiwanis Club.

Back Country Land Trust




FREE FAIRY FESTIVAL at the Alpine Community Center Park – May 6, 2017

Baby Fairy

Young Fairies with gardensFREE! FREE! FREE! Calling all young fairies!! Dream BIG…let your imagination fly! Join us for a FREE FAIRY FESTIVAL!  May 6, 2017 at the Alpine Library/Community Center Park (1830 Alpine Blvd., Alpine, CA 91901) from 10am to 2pm! The Festival celebrates, art, music and nature through a wide variety of activities, vendor exhibits and crafts for adults and children of all ages. Pint-sized fairies and their parents gather in sparkled wings and tiaras to dream and imagine. “It’s using your imagination with a little bit of fantasy.”


originalEvent Schedule:
10am – Fairies, dressed in their finest fairy attire, arrive with parents…Spread your blanket, set-up your chairs… Place your Fairy Garden in the Display area marked… Admire all the Fairy Gardens…Visit the vendor booths…visit the craft area, Story reading by the Princesses and Cinderella… Face Painting…have your photo taken with the Fairy Queen, Cinderella or the other beautiful Princesses!
11am – Fairy Box Lunch available, ($5.00) on the Library Terrace…Pixie Lemonade ($1.00) Continue to enjoy visiting the vendor booths, and creating crafts.
12pm -The bell will ring…all Fairies will assemble in the Parade area, note “parade starts here” sign! Fairies will parade across the stage, and around the park area. Butterfly Release… The butterflies will love the Fairy Gardens!
1pm – Visit the Vendor and craft booths
1:45pm – Ribbons awarded to Fairy Garden creations!
For information please call 619-390-0061 or email Visit our website:
*CYE is a 501 c 3 non-profit organization.

Fairy Festival flyer 2017


Easter in the Park at Alpine Community Center – April 14, 2017

Easter in the Park – Friday, April 14, 2017, from 12-2pm at the Alpine Community Center Park. Join us this year for a new Easter weekend celebration! This free community event is hosted by Alpine Christian Fellowship and includes:
•Egg hunt • Bounce houses • Carnival snacks • Kid’s crafts • Live music • A message of hope! Alpine Community Center Park (Behind the Alpine Library) 1830 Alpine Blvd. Alpine, CA 91901. For more info visit

ACF Easter in the park 2017

Summer Concerts in the Park at the Alpine Community Center are BACK! SPONSORS ARE NEEDED!

Summer concerts in parkUPDATE 3-23-17  ALPINE HAS COME THROUGH AND SPONSORED ALL THE BANDS! It looks like the Summer concerts WILL BE HAPPENING! If you still want to donate to the community center they definitely need the $ for many other things!

The Alpine Community Center and the San Diego County Library, Alpine Branch, are bringing back the Summer Concerts in the Park! But…since we rely solely on donations and fundraisers to run the center, we need sponsorship’s to make it happen. You can sponsor a band or contribute to part of the costs of one. Your family or business name will be acknowledged at the concert and on our advertising materials. The concerts are free to everyone and will be held on Friday evenings, 6:30pm – 8:30pm, on the following dates: June 30th, July 14th, July 28th, August 11th and August 25th.

You can mail in a check or come in and see us  at 1830 Alpine Blvd or call and talk to us about Sponsoring! For more information contact Cindi Robertson at  the Alpine Community Center (619) 445-7330 or email

Remember, we are a 501 © (3) non-profit organization so your donation is tax deductible. Our Federal ID Number is 95-22392193.