Jose-Luis Orozco is coming to Half Moon Bay’s middle school. Join beloved children’s singer/songwriter in a bilingual sing-along that will delight the entire family. The Coastside event is May 24, 2013 from 7 to 8 p.m. in the Cunha middle school multi-use room. Read the rest of this entry »
May 18 is the date to Rock the Block in Half Moon Bay on Main Street from 4 to 8:30 p.m. Join your friends and neighbors for fun. Eat, drink, dance, shop and celebrate this amazing community.
—Live musical entertainment by The Robin Campbell Band Brother Buzz
—Sam’s Coastal Cuisine Food Court
—Booths hosted by local Coastside businesses
—Holy Ghost Parade at 6:30pm
—Children’s Activities at IDES Parking Lot
—Shops open late
—Beer, wine and margaritas
Special thanks to the sponsors who have made this event possible:
Sam’s Chowder House
San Mateo County Harbor District
Mavericks Brews & Ales
New Leaf Community Markets
The Graphic Works
State Farm Insurance – Heidi Kuiper
The Daily Journal
Coastside Net, Inc.
Proceeds benefit the
lighting of Main Street project, local scholarships and the Coastside Chamber of Commerce.
Do you like to save trees? Do you use your own reusable bags?
Now you can support the Coastside Land Trust by voting them into the Envirotoken program at New Leaf Community Markets. Click the icon below to vote for Coastside Land Trust and your other favorite environmental non-profits.
New Leaf started the Envirotoken program to conserve resources and support local non-profits working to protect the environment. Whenever you use your reusable bag at New Leaf, you will receive a token worth 10¢ to give to a local non-profit.
Since the program started, New Leaf shoppers have reused over 3 million bags, resulting in a donation of over $216,814, and saving over 4,254 trees.
CLT Ongoing and Upcoming
Through June 21 – Wild, Natural California Art Show, CLT Gallery, 788 Main Street, Half Moon Bay
June 1 – CLT and Boys & Girls Club Garage Sale, 9am – 2pm, corner of Purissima and Filbert, Half Moon Bay
June 8 – Wavecrest Clean Up Day, 10am – Noon, meet at Smith Field Little League Park, Half Moon Bay
788 Main Street, Half Moon Bay
Now I know why I’ve always loved the tradition of dancing around a maypole. The celebration originated with the festival of Flora, the Roman goddess of flowers. Read the rest of this entry »
We live at Pillar Ridge, right next to Half Moon Bay Airport, making it very convenient for us to walk to the famed Dream Machines. My experiences are through the viewfinder of my Canon 5D. I can’t imagine how many hours the machine exhibitors, lovingly polish and baby their motor creations. I have to say — I’ve always had a love for fast cars, particularly drag racers dating back to the 60s. As many of you know I also have a passion for really fast race-style motorcycles. I’m strictly a spectator — we do not volunteer or promote this Coastside event.
Most people these days have pretty nice digital cameras and they shoot cool photos, so to be a little different, I’m looking for details and images that capture odd angles. Airplanes … the airplanes are out of this world. I like to attempt to capture their sleek functional lines. The engineering of an airplane has to be perfect. I believe an airplane is a “perfect” machine. It’s designed with as close to “0″ drag as possible … and it “flies” which is amazing.
All photos © 2013 Michael Wong.
California State Parks Earth Day Restoration and Cleanup will take place on Saturday, April 13, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Half Moon Bay State Beach. Read the rest of this entry »
Pacifica Beach Coalition — Saturday, April 20, 2012 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Read the rest of this entry »
June 27, 2013 is the opening day of the third season of Pescadero Grown, a Certified Community Farmers Market on the South Coast. You will find fresh vegetables, fruit, honey, grass-fed beef, pastured pork, pastured eggs, cheese, fudge, cupcakes and more — all local, fresh and sustainable. Read the rest of this entry »
Potrero Nuevo Farm is committed to sustainable agriculture. The farm relies on many volunteers to grow thousands of pounds of food for the Coastside low-income community. If you want to support the community, learn more about growing food or just want a day enjoying clean air they would love your help. Read the rest of this entry »