Monument Community Partnership  

Press Release




Kathy Renfrow 925-676-8403

Join us for our first annual Pride Celebration.  Community, business and service organizations come together to celebrate diversity.


On Saturday, June 18, 2005 the MCP will be celebrating its first annual Monument Community Pride Festival and Resource fair, as an event of 2005’s Centennial, “Celebrating 100 years of Community” in Concord.


Organized by the Four Corners Neighborhood Action Team (NAT) and the MCP, the festival aims to attract individuals and families from inside and outside the community to see the Monument Corridor through a lens of hope and opportunity, rather than its challenges.  The festival will promote and showcase over 185 local businesses (a unique blend of culturally diverse markets, destination businesses and new businesses to meet the needs of our community) as well as provide information on resources for education, housing, and economic development.  There will be multicultural activities for children and families, including music, art, and entertainment.


Space is still available, but going quickly.  Anyone interested in participating, should contact Kathy Renfrow (925) 676-8403 or the MCP (925) 798-9638 for a registration packet.



Saturday, June 18, 2005


11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Locations in the parking lots of:

Monument Futures

2699 Monument Boulevard


2250 Monument Boulevard


Caven Way/Harvest House

2395 Monument Boulevard


Zulema’s Restaurant

1500 Monument Boulevard



1751 Monument Boulevard




City of Concord - Centennial Committee

Community and Recreation Services

East Bay Foundation

Koshland Foundation

Monument Community Partnership

The Monument Community First 5 Center

The Willows Shopping Center