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Sierra Club Hike Discount for Ages 18-30

Mammoth Crest to Silver Divide: John Muir Wilderness, California 

In an effort to get more young folks into the wilderness, we offer adults 18-30 years old a full $300 off this trip:
http://content.sierraclub.org/outings/national/brochure/hiking-high-mammoth-crest-silver-divide-john-muir-wilderness-california-1

If you’ve always wanted to backpack in the Sierra Nevada, but you can’t afford to spend a full week doing it, then this could be the trip you are looking for. What is more fun and awe-inspiring than a week hiking the Sierras? Find out more:
http://content.sierraclub.org/outings/national/youth-scholarships


Rock & Roll Light Show @ Sea Bowl

Every Friday night, the bowling alley presents Astro Bowl, a multicolored laser show with musical beats from the DJ, along with video screens that will have you moonwalking up and down the shiny lanes. It's entertainment for people who yearn for the club scene atmosphere—without the club. From 10 p.m. to 12:30 a.m., Fridays, off Highway 1 just south of Rockaway Beach and Fassler Avenue in Pacifica. Call 650-738-8190 for information.

Sea Bowl


Riptide's Pumpkin Festival Drive Challenge

There was little hope for Coastsiders dreading traffic nightmares on Highway 1 during the Half Moon Bay Art and Pumpkin Festival. And once again this year, Riptide's designated motorist departed from Pacific Manor at noon Sunday, heading south on Highway 1 to Half Moon Bay. What time did our trouper cross Highway 92? Click Comments link below to find out the answer or to record your own miserable experience on Highway 1.


Martins Beach Access

California Coastal Commission, California Lands Commission, and Surfrider Foundation held a town hall-style meeting July 20 in Pacifica to solicit feedback on Martins Beach, including hours, road and waterfront access, amenities, and other issues.

State Senator Jerry Hill, California Coastal Commission Executive Director Dr. Charles Lester, California Lands Commission Executive Officer Jennifer Lucchesi, and Surfrider representatives Stefanie Sekich-Quinn and Mark Massara hosted an extensive question-and-answer session that touched on historical uses, public preferences, and disability access, among other topics. (Pacifica.city)