Okay, everything we said would happen this weekend? Circumstances have conspired against them:
First, In a story posted on their website this afternoon, PSN reports that the city of Pasadena has already chopped down the trees in front of Vroman's Bookstore, starting in the dead of night yesterday (yes, doing something in the dead of night is always a sign of openness and transparency).
A "Save the Trees" rally has been announced for the front of Vroman's, 695 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena starting at 11 AM Saturday. If you want to make a speech, there are now stumps available.
Second: the Black History Parade will still start at Charles White Park at 10 AM Saturday, but the planned festival afterward has been canceled in light of the officer-involved shooting Thursday afternoon (Pasadena Now has the details). According to the Pasadena Public Information officer, those activities will be folded into a celebration of Jackie Robinson in May.
Third, We haven't received word of any changes to the Farnsworth Park "Festival of Unity" on Saturday afternoon, but will spread the word if we hear anything.