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Big Wave’s 10th Annual Harvest Festival
Join us as we celebrate this milestone, our 10th annual Harvest Festival!
You’re invited to a fun-filled autumn celebration with
friends, family and supporters of the Big Wave Project!
There will be fun for all ages, including pumpkin decorating, flower arranging, water balloon toss, pie-eating contest, an old-fashioned cake walk, silent auction, raffle, cork pull, live music, dancing and much more! Plus for the first time we will have an on-line auction (see details on next page). Visit the Big Wave Farm where you can meet the chickens and check out what’s growing! Don’t forget to purchase the perfect Halloween pumpkin from Big Wave’s bountiful pumpkin harvest!
When: Saturday, October 1, 2016, 11:00-3:00pm (note new time).
Where: Big Wave property in Princeton-by-the-Sea
(near 335 Airport Street). See below for map and directions.
Questions: Contact Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org
or call (415)-517-9447.
Event Details and Announcements
Dance the day away to the sounds of The Back Pages, an awesome 60’s rock and roll cover band!
SILENT & ONLINE AUCTION
We have some wonderful items for this year’s auction, including gift certificates to local hotels, businesses & restaurants, hand-made jewelry, golf, artwork, wine, Disneyland tickets, themed baskets, and so much more!
New feature for 2016…..we have included an online component to our auction, which will be active
September 1st through September 27th. Most of the items online will not also be available at the Harvest Festival, but there may be a few which will carry over. Please visit our auction site at:
Every year the potluck gets more and more amazing! Do you have a favorite family dish? Please bring it to share. Last name A-M, please bring a side (ex. rice dish, raw or steamed veggies, cut fruit) and N-Z, a salad (ex. potato, leafy greens, fruit). Consider bringing something gluten free as there will be a separate table for gluten free dishes. No chips or bread, please!
Big Wave will provide hamburgers, hot dogs, veggie burgers and all the fixings, plus home-made carne asada, and pumpkin pie for dessert!
OLD-FASHIONED CAKE WALK
Bring a creative, homemade cake for the Cake Walk. Everyone can participate, fun for all ages!
NO DOGS, PLEASE!! (Except service dogs)
The Harvest Festival will be held on the Big Wave property, at 335 Airport Street in
From the North (San Francisco)
- Head south on Highway 1
- Turn right onto Capistrano Road (at the traffic light). You will pass the Oceano Hotel and the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company on your right.
- Turn left onto Prospect Way (you will see Mezza Luna on the corner).
- At the next stop sign, turn right onto Broadway. Broadway will turn into California Avenue and then into Cornell Avenue.
- Turn right onto Airport Street at the stop sign.
- The Big Wave Harvest Fest will be on your left in 200 feet (immediately past the first warehouse at 333 Airport Street)
From the South Bay or the Peninsula
- Head west on Highway 92
- Go north on Highway 1 (take a right turn onto Highway 1 from Highway 92) for approximately 4 miles.
- Turn left onto Capistrano Road (at the traffic light). You will pass Oceano and the Half Moon Bay Brewing Company on your right.
- Follow above directions from #3 on.
NOTE: If you choose to use MapQuest directions or a GPS, type in “335 Airport Street, Princeton by the Sea, CA” as the destination address. MapQuest will likely change the city name to Half Moon Bay, but don’t worry, it will take you to the right place! Ample parking will be available at the site. Remember to dress in layers, it can be chilly on the Coast!
Are you a farm volunteer? Are you interested in volunteering at the farm? Or do you just want to know what the farm goals and objectives are?!
The farm committee is hosting a work lunch to share our mission-aligned goals, objectives to meet the goals and how you might be able to help! We are welcoming the community to join us for this workshop to cultivate ideas and volunteer for our upcoming projects.
When: Sunday, November 15th, 2015
Lunch: 1:00-2:00 pm, $5 asked to help cover lunch fees.
Workshop: 2:00-3:00 pm
Where: Mariner’s Church, 100 Stone Pine Rd, Half Moon Bay.
Please RSVP, especially if you want to come for lunch, so we will have enough food.
There were many smiles and laughter during our first annual Pumpkin Carving Contest! Participants were judged on their creativity, craftsmanship and work space neatness. Patrick and Evan won first place, sharing the $20 cash prize.
Lizzie was recognized for having the scariest pumpkin, Joey the most traditional, Veronica the most whimsical, Evan the most sentimental and Matt the most detailed.
Thank you to everyone who participated, carvers and spectators! Also thank you to the Farm Committee for hosting and buying the supplies.
Farm Day was a flurry of activity: A group of interesting, energetic and goal-oriented young people volunteered from Tech Soup and Terry’s Pioneer Group also made it out. We completed our entire task list and also enjoyed playing games, listening to music and hanging out. Thanks for joining us!
Check out these volunteers, visitors, friends and family of Big Wave who visited the photo stand at yesterday’s big event! How fun!
Click on a picture to see it larger.
Upcoming local community event at the Half Moon Bay public library:
Disney Social Club
Enjoy activities, games and refreshements with adults who have an interest in Dinsey movies and characters.
For more information, open the link below to view the flyer.
|Support for Families of Children with Disabilities & San Francisco Recreation and Parks present:|
Festival of arts & recreation for kids with disabilities or special health care needs
Saturday, May 2, 2015
Heart melting yet rejuvenating, plucky yet ephemeral, Addie Liechty and her band of six combine folk, blues and bluegrass influences to create a show that engages the audience to clap, sway, and often ruminate over the honest and exposed lyrics. They combine guitar, fiddle, banjo, upright bass, light percussion and thickly layered harmonic vocals to create a sound all their own that never fails to charm the audience into willful submission and to feel like their heart strings have been pleasantly tugged.
Founded by Angela Dorantes and Avilee Goodwin, Steppin’ Out Dance Studio began in 1995, evolving out of the historic Betty May Dance Studios. “Throughout our history we have strived to offer the young people of the neighborhood a place to learn dance techniques, improve grace, poise, self-esteem, and gain performing experience without a competitive atmosphere. We give children and young adults an outlet to express themselves freely through dance.”
Proud to flaunt their Golden State roots, Seconds On End follow in the footsteps of all the great California rock groups gone by. Fusing elements from varying genres, 60’s psychedelic rock to funk, reggae and everything in between, they create a sound that is wholly their own. SOE have been wowing crowds in Norcal and beyond with their organic, groove-oriented jams
- Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors (BAADS): small dinghy for participants to sit in
- Bay Area Music Therapy: music play space with a variety of instruments
- Behavioral Intervention Association (BIA): stomp rockets
- City Church San Francisco: Sensory hopscotch, puppet show, and/or playdough table
- Disabled Sports USA Far West: adaptive snow ski and water ski equipment for kids to sit in;
- House of Air: Balloon tent and prize wheel
- National Park Service/Crissy Field Center: art activity – make arrowhead notepad out of reusable materials
- Oakes Children’s Center: different types of feeling charts to color
- Provident Credit Union: free kid kits with coloring/activity books, stickers, crayons, and other goodies
- San Francisco Little League, Challenger Division: batting practice
- San Francisco Recreation and Parks: imagination playground; climbing wall
- Seesaw SF: social skills activity and board game
- Special Olympics San Francisco: TBD
- Starfish Therapies: bean bag toss, coloring, other small activities
- Support for Families: face painting, paper flower making
- University of the Pacific School of Dentistry: painting with toothbrushes, other crafts; free oral hygeine aids
Purchase raffle tickets at the event to win some great prizes! Tickets are: $5 each, or 5 for $20 (Cash, Checks or Credit Card accepted.)
Some of the prizes include:
- SF Giants Fan Pack: Include SF Giants baseball cap, replica ring, autographed baseball, t-shirts, and more…
- Golden State Warriors Fan Pack: Include Warrior t-shirt, beanie, lanyard, drawstring pack, and more…
- Bay Area Discovery Museum Family Visit Pass: Admission pass for up to 5 kids or adults
- iTunes Gift Card
- …& More!
All proceeds benefit Support for Families.
Drawings will take place throughout the event from 12-3pm. You must be present to win.
Beau’s Game Time Report:
-April 14, 2015
Half Moon Bay Big Wave vs.
San Francisco Giants
Sunday, April 19th – 2:00pm
Smith Field – Half Moon Bay
Beau’s Recap from last week’s thriller in Foster City:
A glorious Sunday afternoon at Sea Cloud Park in Foster City. A tremendous crowd of buddies and volunteers out on the field helping the Big Wave and the Mariners. A special shout out to the boys from Serra High School who came out in large numbers to play baseball! Thank you guys!
Also, Beau would like to recognize DJ, a Little Leaguer from San Carlos who not only came out to play with the Challenger teams and did a fantastic job, but also donated his baseball bat to the team! Well done DJ!!
Player highlights from last week’s game:
Stephanie – as always, a strong lead-off hitter
Harrison – excellent job of hitting
Ryan – way to go Ryan with a strong hit to left field!
Kendra – great job at the plate and a wonderful smile to the crowd!
Patrick – always strong at the plate and good plays at third
Eric – happy to see you on the field and great job of hitting
Stephen – excellent job with hitting and hustle on the bases
Ben – wonderful to see Ben playing with Big Wave, we have missed you!
Thea – great plays at first and good hitting at the plate
Mike – great hitting and base running!!
Liz – consistent hitter, great team player
Cassie – wonderful job as the clean-up batter and behind the plate as catcher
Play on Big Wave !! -Beau