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A NEW AREA FOR THE CHILDREN THIS YEAR! Main and Kelly will be turned into a Winter Wonderland with snow, Santa, food vendors, and games! The Boys and Girls Club of the Coastside is sponsoring the children’s area with the assistance of local schools and non-profits. Get ready for some fun with the Boys & Girls Club selling holiday light up items, Coastside Children's Programs offering crafts, Sea Crest School selling popcorn and humus, the HMB Soccer Club is doing nachos, and El Granada School is selling coffee and Dolphin Joe bagged coffee. Girls can have specially decorated hair clips by Carlie and don’t miss the tamales from the Alas Cunha School Club. Of course, the dependable American Legion will have a hot dog and Polish dog booth along with waters, coffee, and soft drinks. And, Sam’s Chowder Mobile will be selling all your favorites! A festive corner filled with Holiday spirit can be enjoyed by all!




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6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Tree Lighting Ceremony Crowning of 2013 Prince & Princess Krista Enos Caroling Group Mac Dutra Park 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM Half Moon Bay Sit Down Marching Band Mac Dutra Park 7:00 PM 2013 Night of Lights Parade Begins at IDES Parking Lot & Concludes @ Mill Street 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Holiday Shopping Main Street ROASTED CHESTNUTS


6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Carriage Rides Main Street 6:00PM Celtic Songs Barterra Winery 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Children’s Area & Food Court Kelly Ave. 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Cameron’s Roasted Chestnuts HMB Electric Parking Lot 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Sam’s Chowder Mobile 6:00 PM Papluna Hula La Piazza 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Santa Claus Kelly Ave. 8:00 PM Peninsula Scottish Fiddlers La Piazza

- Night of Lights - Pictures with Santa- Dec. 6th -7pm - Ritz Carlton, Dec. 8th – 5pm - Ted Adcock Community Center, December 15th – 8am - Breakfast with Santa and the Sheriff's Office Toy Distribution. - Cunha Country Store, Dec. 8th - 9-11am - Stuff the Bus (Sheriff’s Activity League)

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Night of Lights is one of those events that everyone loves. How could you not? It gets us ready for the Holiday Season in fine fashion, celebrates a wonderful time of year, brings us together as Coastsiders, and reminds us why we are grateful to live in such a special place. It’s a real community event. And, that’s what it takes to make sure the event takes place – the community! We almost couldn’t have Night of Lights this year because it takes a minimum of $14,000 to put on the event. And, if we do not have Night of Lights, we do not have the downtown trees lit up for the season either. We thank all of the local businesses and people who contributed and ask the rest of you to think of the event next year, which is brought to you by the Chamber of Commerce, a non-profit entity. We keep our membership dues fairly low compared to other Chambers by subsidizing them with events such as this, Rock the Block, Tour des Fleurs and the wine booths at Pumpkin Festival. Unfortunately we do not have extra money left over at the end of the year to take on the full expense to put on events such as Night of Lights, so we are forced to rely on sponsorship from the community to make it happen. Sponsor levels range from only $75 to $3,000, and if everyone contributes just a little bit then we can always make sure to bring this special event to the Coast. We owe a huge thank you to all our sponsors this year for realizing the importance of this event and keeping it in our community! If you’d like to make a contribution for the 2014 Night of Lights, please contact the Chamber at (650) 726-8380 or send to 235 Main Street, Half Moon Bay.

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