Join the 14th Annual ECOFEST – Sat. April 21st 11AM

The EcoFest is a free event, fun and highly educational for families and individual of all ages.
Celebrating Sea Stars, the Ocean and the many eco-heroes working to help both, this no-waste event blends live music, famed speakers, refreshments, eco booths, hands on activities, environmental and public safety resources, art and activism together for a memorable day of learning and fun!  Help us be sustainable by bringing your own cup, plate and spoon or ride your bike and use our bike corral!

at Linda Mar State Beach
from 11:00am to 2:30pm

 Be Super-Eco hike, bike, shuttle or carpool!


Kid friendly Petting Zoo, loved by all!


The EcoFest is all about kid fun and education. During this festival you will learn about how you can easily make a positive impact on the environment on a daily basis while having a great time! Here are some of the highlights of our upcoming event:

Live Music
Petting Zoo – Arts & Crafts – Tide Pool Fun
Plastic Corral – Face Painting
Educational Booths
Bike Corral
Doggie Rest Station
Refreshments (proceeds to host):
BBQ Terra Nova Boosters – CHILI Pacifica School Volunteers
CAKE Mazzetti’s Bakery – COFFEE Starbucks
WATER Pacifica Beach Coalition


Fascinating Educational Booths

——————– LIVE MUSIC & BANDS ——————–

More about Frankie & The Pool Boys

Frankie & the Pool Boys: surf band, party band. There’s five of them, so come to get more familiar with the tiny cult that is instro-mental surf music. They sure know about you– you dance to the surf beat. Learn more about this fun band on their Facebook page.


Meet The Flying Salvias  back by popular demand!

The Flying Salvias are a piano/vocal and sometimes guitar duo, playing their signature Ameri-kind-uh music, blending country, pop, blues, beatnik jazz, swing, and old hippy, though not usually all in the same song.


——————– KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ——————–

Edward Humes

Humes is a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and non-fiction writer. He is a journalist and author of fourteen books, most recently Door to Door: The Magnificent, Maddening, Mysterious World of Transportation (April 2016) and Garbology: Our Dirty Love Affair With Trash. Garbology is his best and most read book now used by universities as textbook. Learn more about this book on his website:


Rob Cala

Rob was born at Fort Ord, in Monterey, raised on the San Francisco peninsula and spends his life near the Pacific Ocean. He’s a San Mateo County park ranger, working out of the Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in Moss Beach. Rob is also a photographer and videographer. He studied broadcast and filmmaking at College of San Mateo and likes to say he has a degree from “University of Travel.”


——————— HOW TO GET THERE ———————

Free Beach Shuttle from Cabrillo School, 601 Crespi Drive

Parking near the Taco Bell will be very limited so please think about alternative way to come to the EcoFest. We will have free beach shuttle service and free parking at Cabrillo School 601 Crespi Drive.

Handicapped parking spots available near the Taco Bell.

The Beach Shuttle will drive from Cabrillo to Hwy one and go in the main parking lot, drop off in the corner of the main lot. It will then get back on Hwy 1 to the right, turn left on Linda Mar Blvd and turn left on DeSolo and left on Crespi and back to the Cabrillo stop.
There are two shuttles that will be spaced about 5 minutes apart.


Arts and Crafts


——————- EARTH DAY OF ACTION ——————-

The first part of our Earth Day of Action starts in the morning with volunteering actions happening along our beautiful coastline from Daly City to Half Moon Bay. Our eco-friendly projects include trash pick up on beaches, parks and streets as well as planting, habitat restoration, gardening and more…

Group volunteering at a beach cleanup.


———————– THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS ———————–


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