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MUIR BEACH 2015 FIREMEN’S BARBEQUE Sunday May 24

MUIR BEACH 2015 FIREMEN’S BARBECUE -

• SUNDAY MAY 24, NOON – 5:00 •

DANCING, FOOD, & FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY!

There will be dancing to Live music…R&B and rock n’rill music by Andre and the all-stars and The Soul Jah Family Band.

MBVFD gear will fly off the shelves of the Tee Shirt Booth, famous for MBVFD Logo Gear: Tees, hoodies, hats, travel mugs, totes, dog leashes & collars, bandanas, and some new surprises.

Businesses and Muir Beach Fans all over Marin and beyond are donating prizes for our 2015 BBQ RAFFLE. Art, books, gift certificates to restaurants, overnight stays at hotels ... and lots more!

Kids of all ages will conquer the climbing wall, and give the bouncy houses and bucking bull a good workout.

For moreinofmration please visit: http://www.muirbeachfire.com/bbq.html

Meet our Lodge Dog of the Month - Moya

Moya is a stately German Shepard, that loves to spend her relaxing moments with us at Fog City Dogs. She has a gentle soul that flows throughout the play area sending good vibes all around. Although she may not be a rough-houser, she loves to people watch, always gazing at the door to see who is coming in, and keeping an eye on her pack. She is always ecstatic when she gets to go for her daily walks, and strut around the neighborhood with all her fellow doggie buddies. Way to go Moya!

Kiwanis Hawaiian Nights Fundraiser

Fog City Dogs is a Proud Supporter of the Kiwanis Club of South San Francisco.

Kiwanis Hawaiian Night Fundraiser

Hawaiian Night Dinner & Dancing by the Bay with Entertainment by SSF’s Hawaiian Cultural Center Hālau ‘o Keikiali’I and DJ Sabrina Bortoli

Saturday, May 2

Cocktails 5:00 pm Dinner 6:00 pm

$45.00 - Admit One

South San Francisco Scavenger Co.

500 E. Jamie Court, SSF

Exciting Raffle and Silent Auction
- Aloha Attire Encouraged -

100% of the Proceeds Benefit Local Youth & Family Charities

Space is Limited to the First 100 Tickets Sold

Sorry, No On-Site Ticket Sales

Please Purchase Tickets by Noon on Friday, April 24th

For More Information: Email lisa (dot) ssfkiwanis (at) gmail (dot) com or

call 415.938.6870

Meet the Daycare Dog of the Month - Cali:

Cali is one special pup. She loves daycare and has tons of play-pals in her pack.

Her favorite activities are going on walks and playing on the playground equipment. Running up the steps and speeding down the slide. Cali is both athletic and fast, and enjoys wrestling with her buddies. She is very loving and smart with all of the good looks of a Rhodesian Ridgeback princess!

Fog City Dogs a proud supporter of the San Francisco Decorator’s Showcase

Fog City Dogs proudly supports the Decorator Showcase silent auction which is a benefit for the San Francisco University High School Financial Aid Program.

The West Coast’s top designers are busy transforming the Presidio Heights mansion at 3630 Jackson Street for the 2015 San Francisco Decorator Showcase, which will be open to the public from April 25 – May 25. Designed by famed architect Julia Morgan and located along the Presidio Wall between Maple and Spruce Streets, 38 California designers are putting the final touches on their interior and exterior spaces of the 1917 Elizabethan manor.

The home at 3630 Jackson was designed by famed architect Julia Morgan for Abraham Rosenberg, the “Dried Fruit King,” and his wife Alice. Unlike many of its neighboring homes, the structure is concrete, timbered with redwood, set with a graceful side entrance and marked with beautiful Tudor archways and high-peaked gabled roof. The original structure was two and one-half stories; now it is three stories and 9,758 square feet. The home features a spacious reception hall with a dramatic grand balustrade staircase, gumwood paneling and beams, along with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms, a large, remodeled kitchen; and a wine room in the lower level. There is substantial natural daylight throughout the home, reflecting Morgan’s preference for having interior and exterior spaces relate with one another. The original construction cost was $20,000.

The San Francisco Decorator Showcase will be open from Saturday, April 25 through Memorial Day, May 25. The home is open Tuesdays through Sundays and closed Mondays, except for Memorial Day. Hours are 10:00am – 3:00pm (last entry) on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. On Fridays, the home is open from 10:00am – 7:00pm (last entry); and on Sunday and Memorial Day from 11:00am – 4:00pm (last entry).

In addition, each Friday, from 5:00pm to 7:00pm, Showcase will host “Friday Nights at Showcase,” a weekly happy hour event with wine and opportunities to meetdesigners and hear about the latest trends. Check www.DecoratorShowcase.org for additional information on designers and special Friday Night events.

Tickets are $35 for general admission and $30 for seniors (age 60 and over); and are available at the door and online at www.DecoratorShowcase.org. Group rates for 10 or more can be arranged in advance by calling (415) 447-5830.

About the San Francisco Decorator
Showcase

For the past 37 years, the annual San Francisco Decorator Showcase has benefited the San Francisco University High School financial aid program, raising over $13 million and benefiting hundreds of students. Thanks to the generosity of our sponsors, the participation of hundreds of accomplished designers, the school’s trustees, parents, faculty, alumni, students, friends, and the thousands of Showcase visitors each year, the San Francisco Decorator Showcase allows San Francisco University High School to offer financial aid to its students. It is through the community’s continued support that quality education has been made available over the past four decades to hundreds of deserving Bay Area students.

FOR
FURTHER INFORMATION: Please call (415) 447-5830 or visit DecoratorShowcase.org