Rosie Rally 2017

Home Front Festival and Rosie Rally: August 12th, 2017

    Saturday August 12, 2017 - Richmond CA

    Thousands will gather at the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park for the 3rd annual “Rosie Rally” and Home Front Festival. Dressed as the iconic Rosie the Riveter, a character from a Westinghouse propaganda poster recruiting women to the workplace in WWII, participants will attempt to defend the Guinness World Record for "The Largest Gathering of People Dressed as a Rosie the Riveter.” This record was successfully claimed at the Park’s first Rosie Rally in 2015. The record now stands at 2,229 Rosies- Help us to defend the title and make history (again!)

    Details

    To be counted in the official record participants MUST dress as "Rosie"

    • Headscarf or bandanna must cover the hair - NO Headbands NO Overalls 
    • Anyone dressesd as "Rosie" can participate: Men, women, children, all are welcome!

    August 12, 2017

    10:00 am - Rosie Rally check-in: Craneway Pavilion.
    11:00 am - Arrive before 11am to be counted in the Guinness Record setting effort.
    11:45 am - Rosie Parade to the Home Front Festival
    Noon to 4pm - Food Activities and Live Entertainment at Lucretia Edwards Park & SS Red Oak Victory Ship

    Rosie Rally- Craneway Pavilion, Ford Assembly Plant @ 10:00 AM

    1414 Harbour Way South, Richmond, CA 94804
    (Next door to the RORI NPS Visitor Center)

    Home Front Festival - Lucretia Edwards Park & SS Red Oak Victory Ship @12:00 PM

    • Lucretia Edwards Park: Lucretia Way at the end of Marina Way South, Richmond, CA
    • SS Red Oak Victory: Shipyard 3, 1337 Canal Blvd, Richmond, CA

    Parking and Transportation

    • Parking will be LIMITED. Public transportation and ride-sharing are strongly encouraged!
    • Bike-parking will be available to cyclists!
    • Water taxi service from Berkeley Marina to Richmond Marina Bay provided by Tidelines
    • Free Shuttle services will be available between Lucretia Edwards Park and the SS Red Oak Victory