On July 19, San Mateo County Parks Foundation is back with Coyote Nights—our summer evening social where howling at the moon is totally okay 😉 !
We return with our partners, REI Co-op and Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company, to bring you a cool way to wind down after work. REI will set up their outdoor lounge and trail mix bar. Devil’s Canyon will bring their tasty brews and San Mateo County Parks Foundation will have “trailheads” of activities and information based on the theme of the evening. All four events take place 6-8 p.m. at the Captain’s House at Coyote Point.
July 19: Basics of hiking, camping and backpacking
August 2: Nature inspires art
August 16: Technology and the Outdoors
August 30: Our Environment
Reserve your spot and join us for one or all of these evenings and get to know Coyote Point and all 22 San Mateo County Parks a little bit better.
This event is free for San Mateo County Parks Foundation members (memberships start at $25).
This event is free for children and youth under 18.
For all non-members, the cost of entry is $10.
San Mateo County Parks Foundation is the nonprofit partner to the San Mateo County Parks Department. Our mission is to inspire people to care for, learn about and enjoy San Mateo County Parks. We raise money for programs and projects that may not otherwise happen. Your financial support allows us to fund projects such as:
- Bus transportation for low-income youth to enjoy environmental education field trips
- Bicycle Sunday, the year-round, car-free event along Cañada Road
- Re-introduction of the Bay checkerspot butterfly to Edgewood Park and Natural Preserve
About our partners:
REI Co-op: What began as a group of 23 mountain climbing buddies is now the nation’s largest consumer cooperative. But no matter how large we grow, our roots remain firmly planted in the outdoors. Our passion for outdoor adventure is clear.
Each year, REI donates millions of dollars to support conservation efforts nationwide and sends dedicated teams of volunteers—members, customers and REI employees—to build trails, clean up beaches, restore local habitats and more. Through responsible business practices across the company, we strive to reduce our environmental footprint.
Devil’s Canyon Brewing Company: Devil’s Canyon has received over 35 craft beer awards and received the 2009 “People’s Choice” award at the San Francisco International Beer Festival. In 2013 it was voted the favorite Bay Area Brewery by SF A-List readers. In 2014 San Francisco A-List readers voted Devil’s Canyon Brewery the Bay Area’s “Best Beer Bar”. The brewery was awarded “Business of the Year” by the City of San Carlos and the San Carlos Chamber of Commerce. Devil’s Canyon has a core branding of six beers, and produces seasonal specialties in limited runs as well as a very popular root beer.