Downtown Los Altos will bustle with activity this weekend as the city hosts two annual traditions.
• The 67th annual Kiwanis Pet Parade is scheduled 10 a.m. Saturday along Main and State streets. The annual event showcases a variety of pets marching or being carried along the parade route, accompanied by their owners, marching bands, service and school groups and local dignitaries.
Los Altos Police Sgt. Paul Arguelles, who has assisted the Kiwanians with the Pet Parade for many years, will serve as this year’s grand marshal.
For more information, visit losaltoskiwanis.org.
• The Rotary Club of Los Altos’ 39th annual Fine Art in the Park show is scheduled 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday and Sunday in Lincoln Park, located along Foothill Expressway in Los Altos.
In addition to the selection of fine art available for purchase, Fine Art in the Park will feature entertainment and a food court. The Rotary Club’s Young at Art competition will display winning entries from local youth in the gazebo at Lincoln Park.
Proceeds from the event support scholarships for local high school and college students and a variety of nonprofit agencies.
For more information, visit RotaryArtShow.com.