40th ANNUAL PUMPKIN RUN
The Pumpkin Run has been a traditional part of the Pumpkin Festival for many years. The 5K and 10K Run events take participants on the Coastal Trail along the bluffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
The Pumpkin Power 5K Obstacle Challenge has obstacle stations and activities along the trail. The Kids' Fun Run is about 1/4 mile long and every child gets a goodie bag. All participants receive a light breakfast, a t-shirt and a pumpkin.
28th Annual Home Rehab Day! This program provides repairs to the homes of seniors and adults with disabilities living on the coastside from Montara to Pescadero. To find out more, visit Home Repair. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Hope at email@example.com or 650-726-9056.
Supporting Senior Coastsiders
Dine, Drink and Make a Difference!
The 11th Annual TASTE OF THE COAST returns to Half Moon Bay on Sunday, May 20, 2018!
This year’s event will once again delight participants by showcasing over 20 of San Mateo County Coastside’s best restaurants!
We will also be having a fantastic raffle where you can win either over $800 worth of dining gift certificates or $1000 worth of wine!
This festive, fun and food-filled event takes place from 5 PM to 7:30 PM at the Coastside Adult Community Center, located at 925 Main Street, Half Moon Bay, CA. Tickets are $50 per person OR two tickets for $80 before Thursday, May 17th ($40 for Seniors 65+ or 2 for $70). Prices for tickets go up after May 17th. They will be $60 for one at the door or 2 for $90 ($50 for Seniors 65+ or 2 for $80 at the door).
Table sponsors can reserve a table for six for a $750 donation. Each table reservation includes admission for six, a reserved table for the evening, and six comped drink tickets.
Join us for an evening of the best of the coast! Come sample a wide variety of local specialties-- succulent savories, from tapas to tortellini—and meet the masters behind the Coastside’s finest cuisine. A no-host bar will also be available.
Artists such as Charles Scheeler, Georgia O'Keefe and Charles Demuth depicted American steel mills, skyscrapers and factories in streamlined styles that captured the beauty and the coldness, the sublimity and the strangeness of the mechanistic society in which they lived. Join us for a fascinating look at the role of the Machine Age in American Art.
Kathryn Zupsic has been an art educator for over 25 years, serving as a docent and lecturer for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, the de Young Museum, Legion of Honor, and most recently the San Francisco Museum of Art (SFMOMA).