The Neptune Beach Pearl and Diamond Skills Camp are happy to offer a full summer youth baseball camp schedule. The camp is instructed by the current Pearl players and coaches. This summer the camp will feature Oakland Athletics outfielder Mark Canha. Mark will appear and instruct the week of August 3rd.
Monday, August 31st | Ruby Hill Country Club, Pleasanton
Save the date! August 31st, your Bay Area Hooters 10th annual golf tournament. Join the world famous Hooters girls on the Ruby Hills golf course for their annual charity golf tournament to help benefit the Kelly Jo Dowd Breast Cancer Research Center. Over 50 Hooters Girls, great food and adult beverages. For more info go to BayAreaHooters.com, or stop by your nearby hooters location.
Saturday, September 5th | Cal Memorial Stadium, Berkeley
Hey Cal fans, Golden Bear Football is finally back! Join the rest of your Cal family for opening week, starting with California vs. Grambling State on September 5th. You won't want to miss your first chance to see your Golden Bears back in action on Kabam Field at Memorial Stadium, or the world-famous Grambling State marching band! Tickets for this game start at just $20 per seat. To purchase yours today and secure your seats, visit CalBears.com or call 1-800-Go-Bears.
Presented by the Millbrae Chamber of Commerce, the festival is the “Last Blast of Summer” with two days of sensational live music, gorgeous handcrafted work by 250 of America’s top artists and craftmakers, fabulous food and drink, a microbrew tasting tent, the “Classically Cool Car Show”, an organic and green products showcase, artisan specialty foods, home and garden exhibits, health and wellness displays, and tons of fun for kids. The festival takes place on Broadway (1 block west of El Camino Real) between Victoria and Meadow Glen. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. both days. Admission is free.
The San Jose Sharks will welcome fans back to Sharks Territory with the second annual Sharks Fan Fest on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 12 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at SAP Center with proceeds to benefit the Sharks Foundation.
Fan Fest will feature multiple Sharks players and coaches in attendance and several exciting activities, including the chance to see the Sharks rookies take on the Anaheim Ducks rookies in a game at SAP Center at 5 p.m. Other activities include the opportunity to take photos on the ice with the Shark Head, Sharks alumni appearances, moderated sessions with Sharks players and alumni on the main and social media stages, and much more.
Sat-Sun September 12-13th | Castro Street, Mountain View Widely considered one of America's top art festivals, huge throngs of art lovers are expected to pour onto Castro Street in Silicon Valley's epicenter for this “Cultural Community Celebration” presented by the Chamber of Commerce Mountain View. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Admission is free.
Bellator MMA will present a landmark event in American combat sports history on September 19th from the SAP Center in San Jose, which will air live on Spike. An event so big it will include two fields of battle - a Bellator cage and a Glory kickboxing ring.
In the main event, MMA legend Tito Ortiz (18-11) will take on Bellator's reigning light heavyweight king, Liam McGeary (10-0). This will mark McGeary's first defense of his coveted title. The epic evening will also showcase a four-man, one-night light heavyweight tournament to determine the No. 1 contender in the division. The participants include the return of Muhammed "King Mo" Lawal (15-4, 1 NC), former champion Emanuel Newton (25-8-1), the always dangerous Linton Vassell (15-4-1) and Phil Davis (13-3), who makes his highly anticipated Bellator Debut. The event will also feature Glory Kickboxing bouts that will feature many of the best fighters in the world. Namely, Bellator MMA competitors Joe Schilling and Paul "Semtex" Daley. Opponents for Schilling and Daley, as well as additional kickboxing matchups will be announced shortly.
Sat-Sun, October 17-18th | Main Street, Half Moon Bay It's the perfect time of year and the perfect place to celebrate the beauty and bounty of the fall season and Half Moon Bay does it like nobody else. The world-famous Half Moon Bay Art & Pumpkin Festival is the season’s signature event, drawing hordes of visitors to the “World Pumpkin Capital” for an epic festival on historic Main Street. This year’s 45th annual festival will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.