Friday, October 30, 2015

Intelligent Halloween celebration, Pacifica Coastside Museum, Saturday 10/31/15


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Little Brown Church/Pacifica Coastside Museum,
a sucessful Historical Society project, thanks to
it's dedicated Members, and the Community.
Pacifica Tribune/Jean Bartlett, Features correspondent, 10/28/15. "Ghosts host Halloween extravaganza."

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Celebrating our peace of history,
"Ghostorama", a ghost story
"Long before Spanish explorer Captain Gaspar de Portolá led his expedition over Pacifica’s Sweeney Ridge in 1769 and discovered the San Francisco Bay, the Ohlone people lived peacefully here for thousands of years. This Saturday night, one of our earliest coastal inhabitants will join other ghosts of Pacifica’s past at the Pacifica Historical Society’s first annual “Halloween Ghostorama.The party takes place on Halloween night at the Pacifica Coastside Museum (Little Brown Church Building).

....  Included among the other spirit hosts are: Sam Mazza, Rev. Herschel Harkins, Bertha Johnson Anderson, employees of Chateau Lafayette, Dr. Galen Hickok, members of the Mori family and members of the Sanchez family.  ....  Since 2002, the castle has served as the headquarters of the Sam Mazza Charitable Foundation. ....  Members of the Mori family will be at the party. ... The Mori family turned their ranch house into a roadhouse and it was the Mori family that gave California, Pacifica Jack cheese.

....  Members of the Sanchez family will discuss the stories behind and within the adobe residence built by Commandante Don Francisco Sanchez, Alcade (mayor) of San Francisco, in 1842. Located on Linda Mar Blvd., the Sanchez Adobe is the oldest building in San Mateo County.

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Sure, Halloween follows
National Cat Day (10/29/15)
....  'We want young people and children to feel that the Museum is a welcoming place and that history can be fun,' Manning said. “We want to welcome people of all ages. This ‘Ghostorama’ is a free party to introduce the public to the new Pacifica Coastside Museum. The Pacifica Historical Society presents the Halloween Ghostorama. Saturday, October 31, 6 to 9 p.m. Free. Historical costumes encouraged. Pacifica Coastside Museum, 1850 Francisco Blvd., Pacifica. Visit the PHS online at: http://pacificahistory.org. Museum hours and information: 650-303-1670."  Read more.

Reference - Pacifica Historical Society,  Facebook.  Wikispaces.  City of Pacifica/History.  Chamber of Commerce Visit Pacifica/History.  Related articles - Pacifica Tribune/Jean Bartlett, Arts correspondent, 3/26/13, "Ghosts and history, Pacifica Castle Tours 2013". Pacifica Tribune/Jean Bartlett, Correspondent, 12/31/13, "The Little Brown Church, Miracle on Francisco Boulevard."

Note photographs. Ghost from Thai Visa (Thailand News).  Little Brown Church by Jean Bartlett from her Pacifica Tribune, 12/31/13 article. The Ghost Diaries,"Oscar, the nursing home cat with ESP...".  Related photograph reference, CNN/Living/Marnie Hunter, 10/29/15,"...National Cat Day."

Posted by Kathy Meeh

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