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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Apr 24, 2010-
Apr 24, 2010
10:00AM - 04:00PM
Grand Open House & Bridal Fair at San Geronimo Golf Course
Please join us at our Grand Open House at San Geronimo Golf Course. There will be lots of fun games, food & prizes for the whole family. Many of our vendors will be providing free food, beer, wine & other giveaways!
Marin,
San Geronimo Golf Course
Event Description

Please join us at our Grand Open House at San Geronimo Golf Course.  There will be lots of fun games, food & prizes for the whole family.  Many of our vendors will be providing free food, beer, wine & other giveaways!  We will be featuring local businesses, vendors & non-profit organizations and showcasing some of the best Marin County & San Geronimo Valley have to offer.  Vendors include local farms, breweries, wineries, artists, photographers, florists, event planners, hotels, rental services, schools & non-profit organizations.  All proceeds from this event will go to featured local businesses, vendors & non-profit organizations. 

Please look for restaurant & golf discount coupons in the Marin IJ’s Wednesday coupon section & the Pacific Sun’s Best of Marin 2010 issue. Thank you for voting for us in 2010 as the Best of Marin in the Pacific Sun & the Best of the North Bay in the North Bay Bohemian! We couldn’t be the best without you!

If you would like to join us at our Grand Open House, please RSVP on either link (RSVP1 or RSVP2).  If you are interested in becoming a featured vendor at no cost, please contact Jennifer Kim at (415) 488-4030 ext. 223 or jennifer@golfsangeronimo.com

Fee: $0.00

Contact Information
Name: Jennifer Kim     Email: jennifer@golfsangeronimo.com
Phone: 415-488-4030

 

 

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