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And so, the first Pacific Coast Fog Fest was launched in 1986 on the sunniest weekend of the year, giving festival producers the opportunity to spoof that the event was a ‘dismal failure’ since there was not drop of the ‘mythical mist’ in the air! The only fog to be found came from a machine that festival producers rented to be sure there was fog at the Fog Fest! In fact, it was so hot one attendee was overheard to say, “It’s so hot! I wonder why they call it the Fog Fest!”.

Even without the initial personalized necklace citrine necklace ballet dancer ballerina shoe slipper theater venetian mask mothers day gift for w fog, there was jubilation at its success as some 30,000 visitors walked Palmetto Avenue enjoying the Discover Pacifica parade, shopping at the 100 arts and crafts booths, listening to musical entertainment from harmonica to blues and jazz, and sampling culinary treats from shrimp cocktails, clam chowder, oysters and jambalaya to nachos and ‘Fog Dogs’, Festival goers enjoyed boutique wines and beers at the cafes and, of course, the now famous, official drink of the Fog Fest, the Fog Cutter..

That first year of the Fog Fest also began a tradition of lots of contests and events including a Surfcasting Contest, the Family Fun Fest, God and Goddess of the Fog Contest, a 7K Pacifica Beach Run, Fog Photo Contest, Ocean Kayak Race and the Concours D’Pacifica. Over the years the contests and events grew and expanded to be a special part of each year’s Pacific Coast Fog Fest. The Fog Fest continued under the leadership of the City through 1992. While produced by Terry Pimsleur and Co., City Manager Dan Pincetich, coordinators Jim Therrell (aka Dr. Fog) and Barbara Parker (aka Misty Morning) along with other city staff members and a host of community volunteers worked hard each year to ensure that the Fog Fest grew and prospered.

When the Pacifica City Council decided, in 1993, that the City could no longer sponsor the Fog Fest, a group of Pacifica Lions Club members, Rudy Pickell, Monti Montelero and Joe Gibbs, contacted other community groups to initial personalized necklace citrine necklace ballet dancer ballerina shoe slipper theater venetian mask mothers day gift for w see if there was interest in sponsoring the weekend event, Members of the Rotary Club of Pacifica and the Moose Lodge agreed to explore the possibilities, The City Council authorized the group to form with the intent of producing the 1993 Fog Fest and, hopefully, into 1994 and beyond..

Over an eight-month period the civic groups met to form a separate nonprofit corporation completely independent of the three founding civic groups. Calling the new organization Pacifica Festivals Inc., or PFI, the group wrote bylaws, filed for nonprofit corporation status, and created an agreement with the City. The group was able to convince the founding organizations to contribute $750 each to begin funding the Fog Fest. At their first meeting in January, PFI members elected Pacifica Tribune Publisher John Fearing as president. Other officers included Dottie Chenier as vice president, Emil Kantola as treasurer, and Monti Montelero as secretary. Other board members included Joe Gibbs, Fred Schoenduby, Jack Wolf, Tom Cano, Janet Culler, Jane Deovlet, Shirlee Gibbs, Jane Soden and Jean Headley.

This newly founded PFI kept many of the same traditions that has made the Fog Fest a success from its very first year including the Discover Pacifica initial personalized necklace citrine necklace ballet dancer ballerina shoe slipper theater venetian mask mothers day gift for w Parade, the Friday night Fandango at the Sanchez Adobe, wonderful arts and crafts booths, Family Fun Fest, Classic Car Show, great entertainment on stage and at street corners, lots of sumptuous food, wine and, of course, Fog Cutters, The Fog Jog, sponsored by the PB&R Department and the Pacifica Tribune, continued its Sunday morning tradition as did the wonderful display of old Pacifica photos provided by the Pacifica Historical Society..

Radio Station KRQR began broadcasting from the Fog Fest, bringing it to the entire Bay Area. The Human Fog Horn contest, started in 1992, continued providing great entertainment to festival goers. The Fandango Dance added “A Taste of Pacifica” showcasing Pacifica’s great restaurants and later transitioned to the Fog Cutters Ball. Nancy Allie of California Artists produced the wide variety of arts and crafts booth that lined Palmetto Avenue. Richard Pedemonte and Co. provided the food booths, staffed by Pacifica community groups, offering seafood specialties along with the traditional hot dogs, barbeque chicken and the famous Lions Club steak sandwiches. Pedemonte continues to provide his excellent food and beverages services to the Fog Fest even today.

After seven years of producing the Fog Fest, PFI disbanded, leaving the way for a new group of community-minded citizens, championed by Jean Headley-Darmody, to take on the leadership of the Fog Fest, The Fog Fest Organizing Group (FFOG) was formed in early 2000 and produced its first Fog Fest (the 15th annual) that following September, Board members included Karin Meyer, May Gee, Gail Benjamin, Peter Loeb, Jack Socher, Steven Phillips, Mary Ann Nihart, Sharon Osborn, Cindy Ollinger, Linda Jonas, Maxine Gonsalves, Ginny Jaquith, Nattie Juvland, Bruce Banco initial personalized necklace citrine necklace ballet dancer ballerina shoe slipper theater venetian mask mothers day gift for w and Jack Magee, with Fred Howard elected as President and Jean Headley-Darmody acting as Fog Fest Coordinator, Jeff Cambra of Festival Productions and Richard Pedemonte and Co, were retained to produce the Fog Fest and provide the wide variety of arts and crafts booths and great food that have been a Fog Fest tradition..

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