Archive for the ‘Gilroy Garlic Festival’ Category

GARLIC FESTIVAL TIME AGAIN!

July 26, 2017

We love the GILROY GARLIC FESTIVAL and it is that time of year again.  July 28 – 30 are the dates this year and it is coming up.  Time to make your plans to visit Gilroy.  A once a year event, the GARLIC FESTIVAL features all types of food made with garlic – including ice cream! – cooking demonstrations – with garlic of course, cooking competitions – with garlic of course, live entertainment and fun for the entire family.  Not only is Gilroy a scenic place to visit, but you will be able to smell the garlic as you get close.  Time for some fun again this year at the GILROY GARLIC FESTIVAL!  Visit their website gilroygarlicfestival.com for more information.  Enjoy!!                        www.powerhiking.com

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San Francisco Waterfront

March 17, 2017

Exciting news on the San Francisco waterfront.  Pier 29 has received the OK for the development of retail shops and hopefully a recreational area as well.  This pier has been vacant and unused for years and is a another step in the revitalization and beautification of the San Francisco waterfront area.  There will be shops – most selling homemade San Francisco goods – a wine bar, a coffee roastery, and a craft beer brewery.  We are looking forward to a wonderful addition to this exciting and beautiful area.

GILROY GARLIC FESTIVAL

July 30, 2016

A favorite of Californians and tourists alike, the yearly Gilroy Garlic Festival is fun for all in the family.  You will find entertainment, children’s activities, food and cooking demonstrations and the Gourmet Alley – a huge outdoor kitchen.  Everything is cooked with garlic and you can eat just about anything with garlic, including ice cream.  And you can smell the garlic for miles!  The Gilroy Garlic Festival takes place this year July 29 – 31.  Tickets can be purchased online and it is a great time for everyone.  Can you smell the garlic???                                                                                www.powerhiking.com