Thursday, July 29, 2010

DPOA Annual Meeting 2010

Monday, July 26, 2010

Sunday Movie

Photos by Ren..

Several hundred people made their way to the Pomona Fox last evening to view a showing of American Graffiti, sponsored by the Friends of the Fox. Classic cars, door prizes from Mel's Drive In, Rancho Cucamonga, baby boomers and wanna-be boomers came together to make the event a success. Clay and May Daily were kind enough to bring the 1956 T-Bird that Suzanne Summer drove in the 1972 movie. Next month at the Fox...Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

American Grafitti at the Fox Theatre Sunday July 25

Monday, July 12, 2010

2nd Sat. Artwalk 7.10.10

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Free Concert This Saturday

Come enjoy a free concert in the Beautiful Thomas Plaza this Saturday, July 10th, 6-9pm. Listen as they play original Americana, Prairie Swing and Folk music. This concert is sponsored by L.A. County Supervisor Gloria Molina.

And if the concert isn't enough, stroll down 2nd Street for 2nd Saturday Artwalk, Farmers Market and several Grand Openings throughout the downtown. All if it is happening here in our very own Downtown Pomona this weekend! See you soon!

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Want a Free Mailbox in Downtown?

The UPS Store is offering a FREE mailbox for 3 months for Downtown Pomona businesses and residents (no strings attached - expires July 31st). This might be a good opportunity for incoming new businesses or residents who forget to check their mail everyday! Give them a call at 909-620-7131 or pay them a visit at their store, located in the Mission Promenade.

Monday, July 5, 2010

American Graffiti to show at the Fox

Sunday, July 25, Doors open at 1:00 pm Screening begins at 2:00 pm, A Friends of the Pomona Fox Family Screening of American Graffiti.

Awoooohhhh, the Wolfman is calling you to get in your hot rod and cruise on over to the Pomona Fox Theater for the classic film, American Graffiti. Join Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfus, Harrison Ford, Susanne Summers, Cindy Williams, Candy Clark, Mackenzie Philips, Paul LeMat, and Charles Martin Smith as they spend their first night of freedom after high school crusin' the streets and hangin' out at Mel's Drive-In.

So "Where Were You in '62?" We'll have vintage cars and other surprises too. Join in the fun, the music, and the excitement of George Lucas' homage to "coming of age," American Graffiti. Popcorn, sodas, and candy will be available from the snack bar. Hot food and "adult" beverages will be available from the Drink, the adjacent restaurant before, during, and after the screening. There will also be a door prizes and other surprises.

Prices: Adults $3.00 Children 12 and under $2.00

Group Sales will be available via PayPal. Please come back soon. A $1.00 per transaction conveniece fee will be charged.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Happy Fourth of July!