• 20th Annual North Coast Toy Run

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    Name: 20th Annual North Coast Toy Run
    Date: December 7, 2019
    Time: 12:30 PM - 4:00 PM PST
    Event Description:

    Fort Bragg - Inglenook Community Center (FBICC) will open its doors as the venue for the 20th Annual North Coast Toy Run. So fire up your Harley. Motorcycle riders will first assemble in the Harvest Market parking lot on Saturday, December 7th, and at 12:30 PM bikers will mount their bikes and proceed through town with a police and fire department escort. The procession will culminate at the Fort Bragg-Inglenook Community Center around 1:00 PM.

    To enjoy a BBQ tri-tip dinner, drinks, raffle, and live music by the Brown Brothers Blues Band, folks are required to present a new, unwrapped toy for a child under18 at the door or pay $10.00 with cash or check to enter. All proceeds and donations will benefit Safe Passage, which is a local nonprofit support agency for children and their families. However, FBICC will be running the no-host bar, and all proceeds from the sale of alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages will go towards the FBICC Building Fund.

    Actually, it is OK to leave the "hog" at home and drive in a car, ride on a bicycle, or walk on foot to attend the 20th Annual North Coast Toy Run. Whatever means of transportation you choose to use, see you at the North Coast Toy Run and Holiday Event on December 7th, with motorcycle procession leaving the Harvest Market Parking Lot at 12:30 PM and ending at the Fort Bragg - Inglenook Community Center for a holiday party and lots of fun from 1:00 to 4:00 in the afternoon. Sorry: You must be 21 years old to attend this event.


    Motorcycles assemble at the Harvest Market Parking Lot at the Boatyard Shopping Center located at the intersection of HWY 1 and HWY 20 in Fort Bragg, CA. Motorcycle Procession leaves Harvest Market Parking Lot and culminates at the Fort Bragg - Inglenook Community Center, located at 26500 N. HWY 1, which is 6-miles north of Fort Bragg near Inglenook.

    Date/Time Information:
    20th Annual North Coast Toy Run - Saturday, December 7th, 2019; 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM
    Contact Information:
    Cindy Lang (707) 961-0767 or Debbie Baron (707) 961-0717
    Admission is per person the donation of a new, unwrapped toy for a child under 18 or payment of $10.00 cash or check. Drinks cost extra: $1.00 for a soda or a bottled water; $3.00 for a domestic beer; $3.00 for a glass of wine; $4.00 for a North Coast Brewery Beer; & $4.00 for a Mixed Drink. 
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