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Following the parade, the Saratoga History Museum will host a reception from 1 to 4 p.m. During the reception attendees can see the museum’s exhibit, “A Century of Key Events in Saratoga.” The exhibit highlights 11 significant events from 1866 to 1956, ending with the incorporation of the city. The museum will also be offering free docent-led walking tours. Parade participants. Beshkan Dancers AcademyBoy Scout Troop 508CERTCub Scouts 566Cub Scouts 508Deja & Co. miniature horse and carriageFei Shi Fu Kung FuLion DancersFoothill Elementary SchoolFriends of LibraryGirl ScoutsHakone GardensHalau Kapuaokamokihanaoha Hawaiian dancersHeritage Preservation CommissionHistorical figuresIndia dancersIntero, antique carIOOF, floatLutheran Church Prince of PeaceMedical Reserve CorpMilitary CarMontalvoOrganization of Chinese American Women Silicon Valley ChapterSanta Clara Co. Fire Dept.Santa Clara Co. Library (Bookmobile)Santa Clara Co. Sheriff’s Pipes and DrumsSaratoga Community CenterSaratoga Fire Dept.Saratoga Foothill ClubSaratoga High School Cheer groupSaratoga Historical FoundationSaratoga Library staffSaratoga Men’s ClubSaratoga Oaks LodgeSaratoga Parent Nursery SchoolSaratoga Pilates ClubSaratoga Parks & RecreationSaratoga Planning CommissionSaratoga Retirement CommunityVan with Assisted LivingSharkie, San Jose SharksSkillet LikkersSilicon Valley ShakespeareSpirit of Sunnyvale marching bandStilettos Wine Bar, floatSt. Archangel Michaels ChurchStar One Credit UnionCindy Teerlink exercise classTrail Life Troop 337Home Church CampbellColor GuardToastmasters SaratogaUkelele groupVillage GardenersOur Lady of Villa FatimaWest Valley College president and athletesWest Valley Muslim AssociationSaratoga Youth Commission.

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